The Office of Sustainability and the Lafayette Consolidated Government's Planning Division would like your feedback!
All students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to take this survey so the Office of Sustainability and Lafayette Consolidated Government's Planning Division can gather information to improve our local bike and pedestrian network. You do not need to own a bike to participate.
"As a Bike Friendly University, the ability to foster a healthy, safe, and bikeable city with improved bike infrastructure is important to our University and community. This Bicycle Lafayette Plan aligns with UL Lafayette's Sustainability's Strategic Plan's objective to expand access to safe and sustainable, active transportation options for students, faculty, and staff and by working with the local government to make Lafayette a pedestrian and bike-friendly city." - President Dr. E. Joseph Savoie
About Bicycle Lafayette Plan:
Lafayette Consolidated Government unveiled the Bicycle Lafayette Plan which includes 47 miles of bikeways and trails, including the 8.8-mile Véloop connecting 16 neighborhoods from Rotary Point to Pontiac Point and a 10-foot wide, 1.95-mile trail connecting Girard Park to Moncus Park.
The Bicycle Lafayette Plan will open up new connectivity for those who rely on bicycles for transportation and create more recreational opportunities for our residents and visitors. - Nick Hernandez, Lafayette Consolidated Government, Pedestrian and Bicycle Coordinator
Take the Bicycle Lafayette Survey here.
Thank you for your participation.