The Project

The "Route 9 Active Transportation Conceptual Design Plan" is bringing together residents, merchants and government officials with transportation professionals to figure out how to:

a) provide a protected bike lane along Route 9 from the north end of Sleepy Hollow through the south end of Hastings-on-Hudson. This will make it safe and fun to get to shops, schools, friends and the bike path on the new Tappan Zee Bridge.

b) improve sidewalks, crosswalks and intersections in this corridor to make things safer and more inviting for people walking.

c) make bus stops more accessible and attractive.

The project is a collaboration of residents and officials in the Villages of Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, Irvington, Dobbs Ferry and Hastings-on-Hudson. It's being funded by the Community Benefits Program of the New New York Bridge. We thank Todd Westhuis, the Director of Region 8 of the State's Department of Transportation, for his support and participation.

Kids riding to school. Quick build "bulb out" in Chicago makes walking safer and nicer.

For more information:

@route9active
info@route9active.org
http://route9active.org/

Sign up for the project's email announcement list via info@route9active.org

Give Us Feedback

We've used your input to come up with ideas on how to make Route 9 safe for everyone to bike and walk on.

Come take a look at what we've come up with and let us know what you think!

Flyer for outreach meetings. 10/15/17 at Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry. 10/19/17 at Warner Library, Tarrytown.

Flyers for the 10/15 & 10/19 meetings:
Full page layout, click on image, above.
Full page layout w/ kids on the back is here.
Half page layout, click here.
Half page w/ kids on the back is here.

Successful Meetings

Many thanks to everyone who came to our public input meetings that opened the study process! 70 people participated in the Hastings-on-Hudson meeting (6/15/17) and another 70 people pitched in at the Tarrytown meeting (6/17/17).


Walking, biking, getting around and enjoying being there.