Regional Bike-Pedestrian Plan

Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety Plan for the South Central Region

Project Manager: Joshua Manning, Planner III

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Plan Status: Sidewalk Assessments Underway!

Thank you to everyone who participated in our first regional online survey and at our parish meetings. We had a record 1066 surveys completed with almost 20,000 points of data and over 800 comments. Your information will be invaluable as we move forward through the planning process. Please stay in touch through this website and our social media outlets.

About the Plan  

SCPDC received funding from the Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development (LADOTD) to complete a 3-year BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN SAFETY REGIONAL PLAN. This is a data-driven planning project that will include public engagement, best practices, policy recommendations, and identify future projects. We will also be working with our jurisdictions throughout our region to adopt the plan locally. We need your help to create a safe environment for pedestrians and bicyclists in our region.

Why is this plan so important?

2014-2017  South Central Data

Bicycle Crashes  Pedestrian Crashes
257 Crashes 530 Crashes
13 Deaths 63 Deaths
10 Serious Injuries 39 Serious Injuries

For more information on our local and regional planning efforts please visit:

Houma-Thibodaux Metropolitan Planning Organization

South Central Regional Safety Coalition

Other Sites of interest:


Safe Kids Worldwide

Americal with Disabilities Act

AARP Livable Communities.

National Complete Streets Coalition

Pedestrian and Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Pedestrian & Highwa Safety (FHWA)

Louisiana Highway Safety Bicycle/Pedestrian

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

 2013 South Central Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan

For more information please contact our Project Manager, Joshua Manning at or 985-851-2900.

We will be adding content throughout the planning process.

Please check back regularly for new information about the plan and bicycle and pedestrian safety.

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