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Looking Beyond Federal Funding for Bicycling and Trail Projects. Moderator: Mohammad Nouri – Louisville Metro Dept. of Public Works and Assets Panelists: Earl Jones – Louisville Bicycle Task Force, Louisville Bicycle Club Mary Lou Northern – Senior Advisor to Mayor Jerry Abramson

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Looking Beyond Federal Funding for Bicycling and Trail Projects

Moderator: Mohammad Nouri – Louisville Metro Dept. of Public Works and Assets

Panelists: Earl Jones – Louisville Bicycle Task Force, Louisville Bicycle Club

Mary Lou Northern – Senior Advisor to Mayor Jerry Abramson

Jason Jordan – Center for Transportation Excellence

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Louisville Bike SummitFebruary 7-8, 2005

  • Sponsored by Mayor Jerry Abramson
  • 192 participants…club cyclists, advocates, developers, city officials
  • Assessment, visioning & goal-setting
  • Action-plan report-out

Louisville Bicycle Summit 2005

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Vision

Louisville will be nationally recognized as a bicycle-friendly community by 2008…and in 2050, too

Louisville Bicycle Summit 2005

how will we know we ve arrived
Louisville is designated a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists

Bronze by 2008

Silver by 2010

Gold by 2014

How will we know we’ve arrived?

2006!

Louisville Bicycle Summit 2005

roadmap
Roadmap
  • Fix the basics to make Louisville more bikeable…maintenance…education
  • Build on assets to improve the quality of the cycling environment… connectivity… access
  • Create assets of enduring quality – like the Olmsted Parks!

Louisville Bicycle Summit 2005

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Operating Rhythm

  • 24-member citizens’ Taskforce
  • 12-member government experts
  • 7-member Executive Council
  • Quarterly taskforce meetings
  • Annual reports to mayor
fix the basics
Fix the Basics
  • New bike lanes…coordinated with paving schedule
  • Expanded Bikes-on-Board
  • Bicycle facilities maintenance assessment & plan
  • Bike Louisville website
  • LCI-led adult education classes…200+ 2006 participants
  • Mayor’s Memorial & Labor Day community rides
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Create Assets ofEnduring Quality

Funding For the Next 10 Years:

  • $56MM federal appropriation
  • $20MM private funds
  • $4MM city funding
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Lessons Learned

  • Political leadership
  • Cooperative city agencies
  • Organized, connected cyclists
  • Effective operating mechanism
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Cornerstone 2020

Additional park acreage needed, by region (1995 study)

Louisville Metro boundary

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Funding Sources/Partners

Olmsted

Parks

Conservancy

21st Century

Parks

Metro Parks

Foundation

(new)

Public Funds

Federal

State

Maximizing Resources

Local

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Other Partners & Resources

Maximizing Resources

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Bikes on Board

Mayor’s

Hike&Bike

Building Community Support