Southern Georgia Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Host Open House

| January 27, 2014

Southern Georgia Regional Commission-LogoVALDOSTA, GA – The Southern Georgia Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan was developed to identify and determine methods for transforming Southern Georgia into a bicycle and pedestrian friendly region through the development of a safe and convenient network of paths, trails and lanes for walkers, runners, and bicyclists of all types. After nearly 10 years the Southern Georgia Regional Commission (SGRC) is initiating an update of the plan, and is requesting your input and assistance. Please consider attending one of the following public input opportunities for this important process.

OPEN HOUSE on January 28, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Southern Georgia Regional Commission office in Valdosta, GA at 327 West Savannah Avenue.

OPEN HOUSE on January 30, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Southern Georgia Regional Commission office in Waycross, GA at 1725 South Georgia Parkway, West.

The Southern Georgia Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan and other transportation related resources are available for review on our website at Also on the website is a short survey regarding current conditions and future needs for bicycle and pedestrian facilities in your community.

Additional feedback may also be provided on the SGRC facebook pages, directed to Todd Miller via email at, over the phone at 229-333–5277, via US Mail at:
Attn: Todd Miller
327 West Savannah Avenue
Valdosta, GA 31601
or during a public comment period to be held at the Valdosta office of the SGRC at 327 West Savannah Avenue between January 14th and February 7th, 2014.

Source: Southern Georgia Regional Commission Newsletter

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  1. capitalism says:

    The “Share the Road” signs didn’t fill our roads up with cyclists. Didn’t support President on reducing the use of gas. Instead of crying about the price of gas he said should be $10/gal. Didn’t support the First Lady on health prevention. Exercising and eating right instead of crying about the cost of doctors, hospitals, treatment and drugs. The “Share the Road” signs invite cyclists to get smashed by a vehicle. Install false or blind hope. A bicycle is no match for vehicles driven by a population that eat, smoke, drink, read, dial in music, put on make-up, talk on phones, text, and look at videos while driving. The sign maker for Valdosta is the winner. While no progress is made in cycling (health/environment), and the reduction of roadside litter.