Bike Path Wayfinding and Signage Study Public Meeting, May 1

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Lake County Transportation Updates

Bike Path Wayfinding and Signage Study Public Meeting, May 1

The Lake County Division of Transportation (LCDOT) is beginning a countywide Bike Path Wayfinding and Signage study. The purpose of the study is to develop a wayfinding strategy and establish guidelines and sign templates to enhance the bikeways in Lake County. Ultimately the goal is to help the public using the bike paths have a better understanding of where they are on the trails and make it easier to find connecting destinations. Eventually this may lead to increased usage of the bike path network in Lake County and encourage people to get out of their cars and use non-motorized transportation options. 

Wayfinding Study

We want to hear from you! Please join us at the upcoming public information meeting to provide your input! To learn more about the study, watch this video.  

Date: Wednesday, May 1

Time: 5-7 p.m.

Location: Lake County Division of Transportation, 600 West Winchester    Road, Libertyville

The public information meeting will be an informal, open house format where project representatives will be available to answer any questions and gather input from the public.  

The meeting will be accessible to persons with a disability. Anyone in need of special assistance and planning to attend should contact Matt Emde, Project Manager, at 847-377-7452 or by April 24, 2019.