Did You Know?
Only 0.7 percent of federal transportation funds are spent on improving pedestrian facilities.
Highland Parkers invited to help create new bike/ped plan
The City of Highland Park seeks wants input from residents on the development of a non-motorized transportation plan.
This Wednesday, June 29, come to the Highland Park Police Station, 1677 Old Deerfield, Highland Park, at 7 p.m.
If approved, the plan would serve as an amendment to the Highland Park Greenways Plan and will provide guidance on improving sidewalk conditions, constructing bicycle routes and putting in place a Complete Streets policy.
Take advantage of this opportunity to help make Highland Park a more inviting place for people who walk and bike.
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