New Orleans’ historic Algiers communities are the first to have Moving New Orleans Bikes network constructed

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Marconi Drive along City Park

Algiers is receiving the first 11 miles of low-stress bikeways along 11 corridors. 

These corridors will connect residents to local businesses, grocery stores, schools, as well as biking and nature trails.

Construction is expected to be finished in the fall of 2020.
To engage and inform the Algiers community, as well as gain feedback on the their plans for improving street safety, the City of New Orleans held public meetings on improvements coming to Upper and Lower Algiers.
The presentations contain detailed descriptions and diagrams of how the City if bringing more safety and less stress to streets in Algiers.

Download the presentation for improvements in Upper Algiers

Download the presentation for improvements in Lower Algiers

Algiers portion of the city-wide low-stress bikeway network (Highlighted corridors prioritized for construction in '20/'21)

The New Orleans Complete Streets Coalition is proud to support the efforts of the City of New Orleans and others to improve transportation options and build complete streets by ensuring strong community participation in planning and design efforts. Your input is needed!

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