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File #: 46218    Version: 1 Name: Adopting the Downtown Madison Bicycle & Moped Parking Study.
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 2/20/2017 In control: PEDESTRIAN/BICYCLE/MOTOR VEHICLE COMMISSION (ended 6/2018)
On agenda: 9/5/2017 Final action: 9/5/2017
Enactment date: 9/8/2017 Enactment #: RES-17-00738
Title: Adopting the Downtown Madison Bicycle & Moped Parking Study.
Sponsors: Michael E. Verveer, Ledell Zellers
Attachments: 1. DowntownBikeMopedParkingStudyDRAFT20170214.pdf, 2. AppendCRecBikeRackLocateMaps.pdf, 3. Memo to TPC Bicycle-Moped Parking Study - TPC 04.12.17.pdf, 4. Downtown Bicycle-Parking Study Summary - TPC 04.12.17.pdf, 5. Downtown Bicycle Moped Parking Memo_05-17-2017.pdf, 6. Staff_Add_Memo_052217.pdf, 7. Request_Referral_052217.pdf, 8. Item F.1. Registrants 7.27.17.pdf
Fiscal Note
There is no fiscal impact associated with the adoption of the Study. Implementing specific recommendations within the Study will require the inclusion of expenditures in future capital and operating budgets, subject to Common Council approval at that time.

Adopting the Downtown Madison Bicycle & Moped Parking Study.

WHEREAS the City of Madison issued and RFP and hired a consultant, Toole Design Group, to conduct a study of bicycle and moped parking in the downtown area including quantifying existing public and private bicycle and moped parking supply, identify areas where bicycle and moped parking demand exceeds supply and identify responses to correct deficiencies including providing increased public and private parking; and

Whereas The study area focus was centered on the Capitol Square, extending approximately two blocks in each direction around the square, extending down State Street to the Library Mall and on Wilson St down to Blair and John Nolen Drive; and

WHEREAS the consultant was also requested to undertake a review of parking systems management and operations and review bicycle and moped parking zoning requirements for sufficiency; and

WHEREAS The consultant was to identify locations for bike and moped parking in coordination with City Staff, State Street Mall concourse operators and business stakeholders.; and

WHEREAS The purpose of the study was to:
· Provide a provision and management plan for bicycle and moped parking in downtown Madison;
· Identify areas deficient in bicycle and moped parking by time of day, considering typical weekday needs, evening entertainment hours, and weekend special events. Identify both long term and short term bicycle and moped parking needs of downtown residents, employees, as well as shoppers, diners, theater goers and other visitors;
· Identify pros and cons of potential bicycle and moped parking solutions and solicit and organize feedback from area stakeholders, business interest...

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