Provide your feedback on Hendersonville's new pedestrian plan via the Walk Hendo survey by May 31!
Pedestrian Plan Steering Committee
To complete Hendersonville's Pedestrian Plan, NCDOT hired a consultant, Traffic Planning and Design Inc. which formed an ad-hoc steering committee to review transportation projects in the area. The Pedestrian Plan Steering Committee was approved by City Council on April 7, 2022 and will be active for approximately twelve months.
Tristan Winkler - MPO representative
David White - WNCSource & Apple Transit
Kat Nevel - Sammy Williams Center
Joe Sanders - Blue Ridge Bicycle Club, AARP, Resident, Friends of Ecusta
Suzanne Hale - Friends of the Oklawaha Greenway
Rebekah Robinson - Conserving Carolina
Diana Lewis - Avid walker and resident; Duncraggen community rep; active volunteer at Sammy Williams
Richard Reagen Visually impaired pedestrian
LoriKay Paden - YMCA
NCDOT Division 14 - Steve Williams
Dawn Barr - Avid walker and resident; BRBC president; veterans advocate
Bob Johnson - Planning Board Rep
Adriana Chavela - Hola Carolina
Philip Ellis, MS, PE - Interested citizen, Robinson Design Engineers
Janna Bianculli - Henderson County Planning Board
Dr. Jennifer Hensley - City of Hendersonville Council representative
Carl Taylor - Henderson County Public Schools
Brent Detwiler - City of Hendersonville
Matt Manley - City of Hendersonville
Tom Wooten - City of Hendersonville
Lew Holloway - City of Hendersonville
Brendan Shanahan - City of Hendersonville
Alexius Farris - NCDOT
Rachael Bronson - Traffic Planning & Design
Kristy Carter - Traffic Planning & Design
Christy Staudt - Traffic Planning & Design
These were the boards that were shown during the community meeting on May 2.
Hendersonville is underway with an effort to update their Pedestrian Plan that will identify the community’s vision, strategies, goals, and recommended actions for creating safe places to walk. The project began in spring 2022 and is expected to be completed in late summer/early fall 2023.
On May 2, and throughout the month of May, the City will be hosting community engagement activities. A drop-in style public meeting will be hosted on May 2 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM, where anyone can share their thoughts about the proposed set of sidewalk, path and greenway projects. An online survey will be launched that day and will run throughout May to collect similar feedback.
Who Is this Meeting For?
The meeting and survey are for anyone who lives, works, or visits Hendersonville.
What Will We Do With This Information?
Your input will be used to create the Walk Hendo Pedestrian Plan. Once the Plan is adopted, the City and NCDOT can use it to direct how we build projects, make policy choices, build programs and events, and apply for new types of funding.
This project was made possible with a grant from the North Carolina Department of Transportation. It is being led by Asheville-based transportation consulting firm Traffic Planning & Design. Contact Rachael Bronson at Traffic Planning & Design for more information: email@example.com or 828.575.0133.