Sustainable Transportation Planning Study

The City has identified the following outcomes of a Sustainable Transportation Planning study:

  • Build consensus and support from stakeholder groups to achieve the greatest sustainable transportation benefit for the most people.
  • Define inspiring and measurable goals against which all individual projects can be measured. Measurable goals, for instance, could be to reduce the growth of vehicle use.
  • Provide neutral expertise (i.e. not from stakeholders) that can challenge our perceived constraints, suggest best practices, share success stories from other comparable small town/rural communities, apply creative problem solving, and achieve consensus on appropriate standards and guidelines for meeting our goals.
  • Include formal partnerships from other jurisdictions (Bainbridge taxing districts, Kitsap Transit, WSDOT, and WSF) to maximize opportunities for new solutions and support for those solutions.
  • Communicate a compelling vision and a high-level plan based on these goals and partnerships, with appropriate visualizations, technology enhancements, illustrations, and narrative to tell a story that is accessible to all islanders.

The City of Bainbridge Island has contracted with Nelson/Nygaard Consulting Associates, a transportation planning firm, to prepare a scope of work for our Sustainable Transportation planning project. 


HOW TO STAY INFORMED:  Project notifications will be sent through the city's Notify Me listserv. Please encourage your neighbors to sign-up for project notifications via “NOTIFY ME” to receive project updates. Select "Sustainable Transportation Planning Study" from the list.  

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Contact Us

  1. Mark Epstein, PLA
    Engineering Project Manager

    PH: 206-842-2016

    Staff Directory
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