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Roads, Public Transit, Walking, Biking. Tell us how we can improve the way we use transportation in central Arkansas

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Encourage dense, mixed use, mixed income development

Allow and encourage dense, mixed use, mixed income development so that people do not have to rely on a car to get places

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areas to walk

Adding sidewalks. little rock needs to be more pedestrian friendly. I would love to bike to school but the roads are not wide enough to share with the cars.

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Encourage Carpooling

At the Grass Roots Youth Summit our community youth suggested we: Encourage people to carpool. Add carpool only lanes to reduce the number of cars on the road

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Operate road system more efficiently

Improve the roads that we have and reduce congestion by implementing signal coordination and improving dangerous intersections.

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Stay At Home Work Days

Encourage stay at home work days when appropriate to cut down on travel.

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Bicycle Friendly West Little Rock

Increasing access for bicyclists throughout Central Arkansas. Elect City officials who will promote alternative forms of transportation and support cycling as a means of transportation- especially in traffic congested West Little Rock. Thanks, Monty Cole- former president of Bicycle Advocacy of Central Arkansas and avid cyclist.

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Transit Hubs

Focus on transit hubs. By linking major destinations in town by a major transit hubs, we can create a VISIBLE transit network. I commute (alone) from Sherwood to UALR every day. If there were a -prominent- park-n-ride type transit center in the McCain mall area, I'd park there and ride the bus to Two Rivers TC and then to UALR. By designating certain high-travel corridors as transit priorities, we can bring more ...more »

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More bike racks

At the Grass Roots Youth Summit our community youth suggested we: Install more bike racks around the community so that people have the choice of locking up their bike.

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Vote Green.

Make candidates' actions and votes on "green" issues known and vote accordingly. Local officials and boards seem to consistently vote on the side of developers, not the citizens or the environment.

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Biking in the Natural State

Movement: Biking...............promotes clean air, health and community!!!! We need more bike trails and roads need to be widened and kept CLEAN of debris! We also need a more biker-friendlly community that would support and promote biking to include bike racks for parking in such locations as business offices, churches, grocery stores, shopping districts, etc. I wiould willingly bike to many locations but there is ...more »

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Promote rehabilitation of houses in historic downtown neighborhoods

Promote preservation and redevelopment of houses in Little Rock's historic downtown neighborhoods (and in all Central Arkansas towns, for that matter!). There are many vacant properties and lots in and around Central High School, MacArthur Park and the Governor's Mansion, just to name a few neighborhoods in close proximity to downtown. These dense, walkable neighborhoods have wonderful character and sense of community ...more »

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Local Governments Lead by Example

At the Grass Roots Youth Summit our community youth suggested: Local governments should be the first take steps to commit to cleaner transportation by encourage carpooling, buying alternative fuel vehicles, and encouraging walking and biking.

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