After more than a decade, Colorado Springs has a new bike master plan. On Tuesday, 9 April 2018, the plan was adopted by the City Council. The Master Plan aims to make the city more cyclist friendly, with a map that envisions 379 miles of corridors equipped with bike lanes. By keying in on those corridors, city planners foresee a city in which residents can seamlessly and safely pedal to their daily destinations.
Read more about the Plan and how it will be implemented in the Gazette article written by Seth Boster.