by Jessica Reber
KWCH 12 Eyewitness News
2:34 PM CST, January 22, 2013
A new survey by the Kansas Department of Transportation aims to identify statewide bicycling and pedestrian needs.
Becky Pepper, KDOT bicycle pedestrian coordinator, said Kansans can weigh in on a plan to enhance bicycle and pedestrian paths.
“The survey will help us better understand how to use limited resources for bicycling and pedestrian facilities in Kansas,” Pepper said.
Survey respondents will be asked how they use and value bicycling and walking facilities and policies and whether changes are needed.
Pepper said KDOT is also surveying how the agency can better serve suburban and urban communities.
The study will be reviewed by an 18-member advisory board later this fall.
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