Rochester City Council candidates discuss bike and pedestrian options for city streets
Candidates for Rochester council seats on Nov. 8 ballot were asked to provide video responses regarding what they believe the city needs to prioritize when considering bike and pedestrian infrastructure for city streets.
ROCHESTER — The Rochester City Council delayed action on a proposed active transportation plan that would replace the city's existing bike master plan.
The new plan seeks to establish goals and guidelines for ensuring safe routes for pedestrians, bicyclists and other people-powered modes of transportation as updates are made to city streets.
With the update being considered, candidates for three Rochester City Council seats were asked: What do you believe the city needs to prioritize when considering bike and pedestrian infrastructure for city streets?
Here's how they replied: