Leaders in Kenton County want to hear from residents about the community's bicycle and pedestrian plan through a new study. According to a news release, Kenton Connects is an effort by the county to update existing plans and promote a safer and more convenient bicycle and pedestrian environment.
"With more and more users biking and walking, it is important to plan for their safe integration into the overall transportation network," said Chris Schneider, principal planner for with the county's planning and development services. The most recent bicycle plan was adopted in 1999 followed by a pedestrian plan in 2001. Those interested in providing feedback can take a quick survey at www.KentonConnects.org.