Active Transportation Plan
The Active Transportation Plan (ATP) was adopted by the Policy Board on July 18, 2019 (Resolution 2019-5).
- To identify policies, programs, and infrastructure projects to support non-motorized modes as a viable transportation option for shorter trip purposes.
- The plan serves as a resource for member governments to incorporate bicycle and pedestrian elements into roadway construction and maintenance; provides a menu of potential best practices, policies, outreach and educational activities to promote walking, rolling, and biking; and identifies regionally significant priorities for potential inclusion into the Metropolitan Transportation Plan and for federal or state funding eligibility.
- The plan's recommendations are framed in the context of the Six Es, a concept borrowed from the League of American Bicyclists and Safe Routes to Schools.
- The Six Es include: Engineering, Education, Encouragement, Enforcement, Evaluation and Planning, and Equity.
- Download the Active Transportation Plan(PDF, 13MB)
- Map of Active Transportation Plan Recommendations
Education & Encouragement
Enforcement, Evaluation & Planning