PUBLICATIONS

SOB16_Cover2016 State of Bicycling Report
City of Memphis

This report outlines some of the key accomplishments for bicycling the City of Memphis achieved since it began improving conditions for persons riding bikes in 2010. A recap of recently constructed bicycle facilities is included along with other noteworthy milestones such as the City’s plans to expand bike facilities through 2018 and key projects like Explore Bike Share.
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MPSS_Action_Plan_0 Cover and Acknwlgmt-page-001Pedestrian & School Safety Action Plan
City of Memphis

The Memphis Pedestrian & School Safety Action Plan is the product of a collaborative, data-driven planning process focused on prioritizing and delivering critical pedestrian infrastructure projects near schools in Memphis.
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00_Introduction-page-001Complete Streets Project Delivery Manual
City of Memphis

The Complete Streets Project Delivery Manual helps to ensure that these considerations are made in a uniform manner, with guidance and influence of Complete Streets concepts every time a project occurs within the public right-of-way. This manual will be used by City of Memphis employees as they work to ensure compliance with the Complete Streets Executive Order issued in 2013.
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BBP_cover_12014 Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan
Memphis Area Metropolitan Planning Organization

This plan is intended to identify the opportunities for enhancing bicycle and pedestrian travel within the Memphis MPO region. The recommendations contained in this plan should be used as guides for taking advantage of these opportunities. The study area of the Memphis MPO consists of all of Shelby Cty, TN & DeSoto Cty, MS and parts of Fayette Cty, TN & Marshall Cty, MS.
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2014 State of Bicycling Report
City of Memphis

This report outlines some of the key accomplishments for bicycling the City of Memphis achieved since it began improving conditions for persons riding bikes in 2010. A recap of recently constructed bicycle facilities is included along with other noteworthy milestones such as the City’s plans to expand bike facilities through 2016 and key projects like The Hampline.
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Parking Modification Guidelines - Cover-page-001Parking Modification Guidelines

City of Memphis

These guidelines establish the procedure and notification process that will be used when the installation of a new bicycle facility requires modification of the currently available on-street parking in residential and commercial corridors in the City of Memphis.
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Memphis Bike Share Final Report

Memphis Bike Share Feasibility Study
City of Memphis

This study outlines the key resources needed to produce a successful bike share program in North America. Using these factors, the existing conditions of traffic flows, bicycle use, and locations of key destinations/origins of bicycle trips in the City of Memphis, the study estimates what the  costs of starting a bike share program would be as well as identifies the opportunities and challenges that may be associated with such a system.
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Complete Streets Executive Order
City of Memphis

This executive creates an official complete streets policy for the City of Memphis. A complete streets policy provides a framework by which every transportation-related project must consider all potential users during the planning, design and construction of the project or corridor. Users include automobile drivers, persons riding bicycles or walking, persons that access public transportation, and persons with disabilities.
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2012 State of Bicycling Report
City of Memphis

This report outlines some of the key accomplishments for bicycling the City of Memphis achieved in 2011. A detailed list of recently constructed bicycle facilities is included along with other noteworthy milestones such as the City’s designation as a Bicycle Friendly Business and the award for federal grant money that will be used to maintain momentum in 2012 and 2013.
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MRT_no_text[1]The Shelby County Trail Plan for the Mississippi River Trail

Mississippi River Corridor – Tennessee

The Mississippi River Trail is a ten-state scenic byway created during the mid-1990s in Memphis that offers bicyclists access to some of the nation’s most extraordinary natural habitats, scenic views, national parks, wildlife reserves, historical and cultural sites. This report details ways in which the corridor running through Shelby County, TN can be enhanced to better serve residents and visitors.
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2011 Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan
Memphis Area Metropolitan Planning Organization

This plan is intended to identify the opportunities for enhancing bicycle and pedestrian travel within the Memphis MPO region. The program, facility, and policy recommendations contained in this plan should be used as guides for taking advantage of these opportunities. The study area of the Memphis MPO consists of all of Shelby County, Tennessee, and parts of DeSoto County, Mississippi and Fayette County, Tennessee.
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