About the Pedestrian Master Plan
The City of Concord’s Bicycling and Walking subcommittee, TPAC Bike-Ped, is developing a Pedestrian Master Plan for the City of Concord, with assistance from the Central New Hampshire Regional Planning Commission.
A Pedestrian Master Plan is intended to help the City guide planning decisions in order to make Concord a better place to get around on foot, whether it’s to get you where you want to go or if you simply want to get out for fun and exercise. The plan will impact decisions such as planning for new sidewalks or pedestrian connections, adjusting policies or practices to improve on sidewalk maintenance and snow removal, to identify and fix trouble areas or dangerous intersections, to better understand where people choose to walk and why, and to better understand the needs of the City’s residents and visitors in regards to walking.
Draft Document and Maps
A draft of the plan plus some of the appendices and maps are currently being reviewed by TPAC-Bicycle. Once TPAC has finished working on these drafts, they will distributed further for review and comment. If you would like to comment or provide input, contact Craig Tufts at firstname.lastname@example.org.