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Bike/Ped Resources

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Planning for bike and pedestrian use is an integral part of CAMPOís transportation planning activities.   CAMPO area jurisdictions place a high priority on bike and pedestrian access and the ability of residents to safety and effectively use active transportation.  The CAMPO area is also a popular destination for recreational bicyclists who enjoy riding in the scenic Willamette Valley.

CAMPO works with its local jurisdictions to help plan for appropriate and adequate bike/ped facilities.  In recent years, CAMPO has completed a Bicyclist Safety Education program and will soon be embarking on a Transportation Safety Plan addressing all modes throughout the CAMPO planning area.

Did you know?

According to the 2011 The American Community Survey, the City of Corvallis has the highest percentage of bicycle commuters and second highest percentage of pedestrian commuters of any city over 50,000 population in the United States.

Did you know?

Approximately 98 percent of the collector and arterial roadways in Corvallis have bike lanes (46 miles) and there are 18 miles of multi-use paths. In the city's 2011 National Citizen Survey, area residents rated the ease of walking and cycling and the availability of paths and walking trails at 86%, much above the national average. The survey also indicated that 24% of area residents regularly commuted by bicycle, and 11% by walking. Corvallis has been recognized as a Gold level Bicycle Friendly Community by the
League of American Bicyclists since 2000.

BICYCLE SAFETY EDUCATION BROCHURE.PDF
 

ODOT's Bicycle Safety Websites:

Driverís Field Guide to Sharing the Road:
http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/TS/docs/Bike/DriversGuideToBikes.pdf
 
Bicycle Survival Guide:
http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/TS/docs/Bike/BikeSurvivalGuide.pdf
 
Oregon laws for driver/pedestrian/bicyclist? View the Rules book:
http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/TS/docs/Bike/OregonPedBikeDriverRules.pdf






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Corvallis 2013 Bicycle Survey.pdf

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  City of Corvallis voluntary counts conducted in 2012 and 2013.

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