A borough in Bucks County will be setting up a new lane for local residents to use, and the organizations responsible are looking for feedback.
In a partnership with Doylestown Borough and the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, TMA Bucks will install a “pop-up” bike/pedestrian lane on Doyle Street in Doylestown this September. TMA Bucks, headquartered at 7 Neshaminy Interplex Drive in Trevose, regularly works with the community to make various forms of transportation more convenient and safe for everyone.
“This project is made possible through the Travel Options Program by DVRPC which allows us to demonstrate a bike/pedestrian lane where Doylestown Borough residents can safely bike separate from motor vehicles,” TMA Bucks said in a press release.
The organizations are now looking for feedback from community members who would be utilizing this lane on a regular basis. Those who wish to provide feedback and other thoughts can do so by taking a survey.
Learn more about the pop-up lane at TMA Bucks.