Pedestrian Improvement Program

The Pedestrian Improvement Program (PIP) is a City wide initiative to indentify sidewalk needs and enhance pedestrian connectivity. Missing sidewalk segments are scored based upon criteria related to safety, connectivity and pedestrian generators. The overall score guides the prioritizeation of future sidewalk project areas within the City of Concord as funding allows.

In 2019, the City approved increasing the funding for PIP projects from one-hundred and fifty thousand dollars to five-hundred thoursand dollars annually in order to increase the effectiveness of the program. Since this funding change, the Transportation Department has identified the first top priority project area under the new scoring methodology, located around the Glenn Center and the Boys and Girls club near downtown Concord. The sidewalk design contract has already been awarded and project will be ready to undergo construction as funds become available.