Third public meeting for future campus pedestrian, bicycle infrastructure on April 24

April 21, 2014  

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - A third public meeting is being held on Thursday (April 24) to address the future of pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure on Purdue University's West Lafayette campus.

Over the past few months, the consulting team of Rundell Ernstberger Associates, LLC, and Toole Design Group has used a variety of mechanisms to collect feedback from students, faculty, staff and community members, including the first round of public meetings held in early February and an online survey, Wikimap and suggestion form.

Thursday's public meeting will be from 5:30-7 p.m. in the Boilermaker Room of the Córdova Recreational Sports Center (CREC), located on the main floor and easily accessible to the public. The meeting will consist of a presentation of the first draft of design alternatives and recommendations and time for feedback and discussion.

Additional drafts and a final public meeting on the Integrated Pedestrian-Bicycle Infrastructure Study will take place in the coming months.

Purdue is committed to making all programs accessible to participants with disabilities. If you require an accommodation or special assistance due to a disability, please contact John Collier, director of campus master planning, in the days leading up to the meeting at 765-494-6882,

Sources: John Collier, 765-494-6882,

Meghan Leiseberg, director of physical facilities communications, 765-494-8000,

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