The city of Cincinnati is planning to restripe a section of Martin Luther King Drive between Reading Road and Victory Parkway and would like input from cyclists who commute into Clifton and Walnut Hills. Queen City Bike today sent out an email asking anyone who regularly uses the route to fill out an online survey to help planners determine which infrastructure improvements to make.
The survey can be found here. It will be up for three weeks, ending July 18. Paper copies of the survey will also be available on MLK and Lincoln Avenue bridges over I-71.
The 2010 Cincinnati Bicycle Transportation Plan lists Evaluation as one of the Five E's it follows when working to improve cycling conditions. The concept is used by the League of American Bicyclists in order to judge bike friendliness among cities and communities (the Evaluation “E” actually stands for “Evaluation and Planning” at LAB). The other E's are Engineering, Education, Encouragement and Enforcement.