Share your ideas on how to improve bicycling and walking in the city!
The City is updating the Bicycle Transportation Plan and transforming it into an Active Transportation Plan to include both bicycling and walking needs. The last major update of the City's bicycle policies was in 2013 and this update is an opportunity to include new innovations in bikeway facilities for all ability levels. This effort will also launch the City's first comprehensive document on pedestrian policies and identify ways to increase walking for transportation in the City.
Over the last two years, the City has conducted public outreach including a public workshop, pop-up events in the community as well as a survey and online mapping tool where community members weighed in on routes they liked to bike and walk, barriers to doing so, and ideas for new route improvements.
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Public DRAFT Active Transportation Plan and Upcoming Meetings (Updated 11/19/20)
The public DRAFT of the Active Transportation Plan is now available for review! Leave a statement on this page to tell us what you think or email comments to Adam Fukushima, Active Transportation Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments must be received by December 31, 2020.
- Public DRAFT Active Transportation Plan
- Initial Study / Negative Declaration for the Active Transportation Plan
- Project Prioritization List
Upcoming Meetings on the Active Transportation Plan
|Active Transportation Committee Review of Public DRAFT||Nov 30, 2020 and Dec 3, 2020 (if needed)|
|City Council Study Session on Public DRAFT||Dec 8, 2020|
|Planning Commission Review of Public DRAFT||Dec 9, 2020|
|City Council Plan Adoption||Feb 2, 2021 (tentative)|
(when available, agendas will be posted on the committee links above)
Roll & Stroll Outreach Summary (Updated 12/2/19)
Thanks to all who provided input so far on the forthcoming Active Transportation Plan. City staff has compiled a summary of activities and major themes along with attachments showing all of the outreach boards (including dots and post-it notes), and preliminary results from the online survey.
- ATP Outreach Summary(12/2/19)
Interactive Map and Survey
Thank you for your interest in the interactive map and survey. Both the interactive map and survey are now closed but we received lots of great input that is being reviewed and incorporated into the Draft Active Transportation Plan. To see the comments made by the community, please click the interactive map link below.
This topic has 771 visitors and 117 statements: 103 registered statements and 14 unregistered statements.
That's 5.9 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per statement.