The Plan

The purpose of the Bike Walk Greater Lafayette Safety Plan is to advance a culture of safe, shared use of local transportation networks among all people, regardless of their mode of travel. Building on the strong foundation of plans, policies, and program already in place, this Plan is intended to improve safety for people walking and biking, decrease the number of traffic crashes in which they are involved, and prevent their subsequent injuries and deaths.

Click here to read the adopted plan.

Bike/Walk News

Journal & Courier article on Lafayette’s Bike Culture

Mar 14, 2017

Two years after a crash galvanized the cycling community, things are coming together on safety, traffic planning Two springs ago, in June 2015, scores of cyclists took over Harrison Bridge for about 10 hours one Saturday, riding a loop that spread from Sixth Street on the Lafayette side of the Wabash River to Salisbury Street […]

Community

Lafayette is located at 40°24′38″N 86°52′29″W (40.410585, -86.874681)[16] and lies in Fairfield and Wea Townships. Elevation at the court house is 550 feet (168 m), but city elevations range from a little over 500 feet (150 m) at the Wabash River to approximately 700 feet (210 m) in the areas of Murdock Park and Columbian Park.

According to the 2010 census, Lafayette has a total area of 27.74 square miles (71.85 km2), all land.

Source: Wikipedia