Stanislaus County Multi-Modal Transportation Project

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New Bike/Walk Path Connecting Neighborhoods

Your participation will help us secure state funding to make it happen!

Are you passionate about making your community safer, more accessible, and better connected? We want to hear from you! Stanislaus County and the City of Modesto are working to secure state funding to enhance non-motorized transportation options, including walking, bicycling, scootering, and access to public transit. And we need your input to make it happen.

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How Would You Like to Get Around Town?

Why Your Voice Matters

  1. Addressing Urgent Needs: We're exploring ways to improve walking and bicycling options, especially for students, seniors, and those with disabilities. Your feedback will help identify priority areas for safer routes to schools, transit stops, community centers, recreation and trails, and more.
  2. Enhancing Safety: Your insights can help reduce pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities and injuries by identifying safety hazards and advocating for improvements in high-risk areas.
  3. Community Participation: We're committed to a community-driven process. Your participation will shape the project's design, ensuring it reflects the needs and preferences of our neighborhoods.
  4. Innovative Solutions: We're seeking "recognized best" solutions tailored to our local context. Your ideas will help us incorporate innovative elements into the project that benefit everyone.
  5. Transformative Impact: By contributing to this survey, you'll help Stanislaus County secure state funding to support nearby housing initiatives, advance transportation goals, improve community health, and create a more sustainable future for our community.

Your input is crucial in creating safer, more accessible transportation options for everyone. Join us in shaping the future of transportation in Southwest Modesto by taking our brief survey today.

Survey Highlights:

  • Assess urgent safety needs for improved sidewalks, crosswalks, lighting, disability access, and bicycle lanes.
  • Identify areas in your neighborhood that require immediate attention, whether they are hazards, obstacles, deteriorated infrastructure, or other condition that impact safety and accessibility.
  • Share which destinations, including within and beyond your neighborhood, would benefit most from improved transportation options like walking, biking, and public transit
  • Express your concerns and suggest solutions for a more inclusive project.

Your voice matters! Together, we can build a more connected, sustainable, and vibrant community for generations to come.

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Stay Connected:

Would you like to stay informed about project updates and continue providing input? Let us know your preferred method of communication in the survey, whether it's email, mail, or another option.

Thank you for being a part of this exciting initiative to transform transportation in our area!

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