Bicycle and Pedestrian
OTO has an active Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning program, with guidance from the OTO Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee. OTO strives to maintain an inventory of bicycle and pedestrian facilities in the OTO region. This includes an annual review of new sidewalk construction and working with member jurisdictions to catalogue existing bike routes and trails.
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The Ozarks Transportation Organization is please to make approximately $1.6 million in funding available for the construction of new bicycle and pedestrian trails, and regional trail planning services. Eligible applicants include local governments and other entities responsible for trail oversight that are located in the OTO Metropolitan Planning Area. Eligible applicants must submit projects with a minimum request of $100,000 in federal funding and are required to contribute an additional 20% in local match finds. Applications must be submitted to the OTO by 4pm on Friday, November 22, 2019. Please refer to the attached guidebook and application for specific program requirements and submittal instructions.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Andy Thomason at 865-3047 x 107 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Again, applications must be submitted to the OTO by 4pm on Friday, November 22, 2019.
For 2017, the Bicycle/Pedestrian Report was incorporated into the State of Transportation Report.