"We are putting our plans into place. Over time you will see better facilities. It will not happen overnight but this is the a first step, this series of meetings," says Danny Strassle, AHTD spokesman.
The document will serve as a guideline as the state moves forward with projects. They say, however, a result of this plan won't be specific projects or funding. This is all happening in a state that went from ranking dead last in the country in bike friendliness in 2012 to 37th this year.
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