Yes. In fact, one of the key missions of this project is to ensure modes of transportation other than motor vehicles, including pedestrians and bicyclists, are offered the same level of connectivity created by the new roads. There will be pedestrian- and bike-accessible sidewalks on two new roads and bridges (South Commercial Street Extension and Gas Street Extension) and at the redesigned intersection of South Willow Street and Queen City Avenue, a new ADA-compliant pedestrian bridge over Granite Street and the project will complete a critical connection at the center of the City of Manchester Rail Trail network.

You can view a map of the bicycle network connections here, and a map of the pedestrian network connections here.