Kicking off on November 20th and going through November 30th is the new pilot program, “Wheels on Windsor” coming to Narberth Borough in Montgomery County. This pilot aims to demonstrate features of complete streets design along Windsor Avenue, spanning two blocks from Forrest Avenue to Grayling Avenue.
Throughout this 10 day pilot, Narberth Borough is partnering with Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission and Narberth Cycling Club to encourage residents and visitors to experience and observe temporary roadway improvements along the Avenue.
This pilot program will collect data related to travel speeds, vehicle counts, and bicycle counts. In addition, all that plan to experience this pop up bike lane should fill out this survey to gather community feedback after they visit the avenue. The outcome of this pilot is the first step towards implementation of Narberth’s Comprehensive Plan bicycle network goals, and builds on the success of the annual Narberth Day protected bikeway demonstration.
To get involved with this study, bike along the temporary bike lane, walk along the sidewalk, drive along the street, take the SEPTA Route 44, or park along these blocks. The official kickoff date will be held on Saturday, November 21st from 9-11am and a friendly reminder to wear a face mask and maintain at least 6′ of separation from others!
For more information regarding Wheels on Windsor and full project background, visit the project page www.narberthpa.gov/bike-lanes on Narberth Borough’s website, the Facebook event page or email email@example.com.