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City to Hold Public Meeting Concerning On-Street Bike Lanes

​The City of Coppell Parks and Recreation and Public Works Departments will hold a Public Input Meeting at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, November 14 at Town Center, 255 Parkway Blvd., to discuss the proposed concepts for on-street bike lanes and gather public feedback. 

The City of Coppell plans to install on-street bike lanes throughout the community. The project will consist of signage and pavement markings depicting on-street bicycle lanes with supporting directional signage consistent with the bikeway recommendations laid out in the City's Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. 

The following roadway sections have been identified in the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan as recommended Bike Lane Projects:

  • Moore Road from Andrew Brown Park to Belt Line Road, approximately 10,000 linear feet
  • Riverchase Drive from Sandy Lake Road to MacArthur Blvd., approximately 7,400 linear feet (The lane currently used for bike traffic on Riverchase Drive will be striped and converted into a dedicated bike lane.)  
  • Heartz Road from Parkway Boulevard to Sandy Lake Road, approximately 3,000 linear feet

While Fairway Drive from Riverchase Drive to Belt Line Road was not identified in the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan, this roadway provides a critical connection to the Cotton Belt Trail and rail.​

For more information, call 972-462-5115.