Ride-Walk Warsaw-Winona Lake
The Ride+Walk Warsaw+Winona Lake program was developed in January 2012 after combining the efforts of the former Lake City Greenway Committee and the local Bicycle Advisory Committee. There was a unified vision of a cohesive alternative transportation system for both bicyclists and pedestrians in the Warsaw and Winona Lake areas.
The future Ride+Walk Warsaw+Winona Lake transportation system will incorporate greenway paths, on-road bike lanes and markings, improved sidewalk paths, and more. Educational initiatives will be developed to educate not only bicyclists and pedestrians, but also motorists, to create a safe environment for everyone.
The Ride-Walk Warsaw-Winona Lake transportation system will allow for commuting to work, travel to school, recreational use, and connectivity to vital parts of the community.
Bicycle-Pedestrian Master Plan
The Warsaw and Winona Lake Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan was completed in January 2013 and adopted into Warsaw's Comprehensive Plan by the Warsaw Common Council in February 2013. The completed plan is available below for viewing and download. (For faster download, the plan has been separated into chapters.)
Chapter 1 - Executive Summary
Chapter 2 - Context & Background
Chapter 3 - Vision, Goals, & Objectives
Chapter 4 - System Plan
Chapter 5 - System Development and Implementation
System Plan Map