The City of Wildomar is hosting a virtual workshop Zoom on Thursday, December 17, from 5 to 7 p.m. to discuss the Wildomar Mobility Plan. The workshop will serve to review the final mobility networks, the process for prioritizing bicycle and pedestrian projects, and conceptual design for the high-priority projects.
To participate in the workshop, click here to register. A recording of the workshop will be made available on the city’s Facebook Page and on the project website at www.WildomarMobilityPlan.com.
The Wildomar Mobility Plan is an in-progress project that will evaluate the city’s transportation network and create a plan that improves mobility and encourages more active transportation throughout the community. More specifically, the Mobility Plan will supplement and enhance the regional Active Transportation Plan and will update the city’s existing Circulation Element.
This project will improve mobility for all by providing a comprehensive transportation plan that includes bicycle elements, pedestrian elements, Safe Routes to School (SRTS) elements, equestrian elements, and connections to transit options for access to major destinations in the area.
The Mobility Plan will focus on improving infrastructure for non-motorized transportation and help connect communities, schools, parks, and other destinations and services.
For questions or additional information, contact Cameron Luna at 951-677-7751 or [email protected]
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