The City of Rockland received a 2023 Community Action Grant to improve the accessibility of biking in Rockland.
As part of this grant, the City is developing a network of bike routes that will connect community members to where they want to go. Low-cost roadway improvements such as signage, striping, and sharrows will be installed as part of this grant-funded project. See below for the project timeline and opportunities to provide input on the planning process.
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Rockland Bike Route Network Project Timeline
Part 1: Rockland Community Bike Survey
Thank you for your responses! The Community Bike Survey closed on January 19.
Part 2: Community Input Workshops
These workshops will provide opportunities to learn about the plan’s progress and share input.
Bike Planning Community Workshop: The Planning Process and Early Findings
Tuesday, March 5, 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Rockland Public Library – Community Room (80 Union Street, Rockland, Maine)
Come to this workshop to learn about the Rockland Community Bike Survey results, the planning process, and conceptual recommendations. The workshop presentation will be posted to www.rocklandmaine.gov/bike. If you can’t make it to the workshop, please feel free to review the presentation and send your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Workshop #2: Preliminary Plan Presentation
The date for this workshop will be announced soon. Stay tuned for additional information!
Part 4: Sharing the plan
The Bike Route Network Development Plan will be completed by late Spring 2024, and shared with the community.
Part 5: Infrastructure installation begins
Low-cost, feasible infrastructure improvements will be installed on roadways included in the bike route network plan in Summer 2024.
This page will be updated with additional information as it becomes available. Stay tuned!