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Active Transportation Plan

The Active Transportation Plan (ATP) was adopted by the Policy Board on July 18, 2019 (Resolution 2019-5). The purpose of the ATP is 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 ATP 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

                                                            Map of Active Transportation Plan Recommendations

Construction Projects

City of Waco Better Streets Program
Pavement Management Program Project Map

To report a pothole or other problem on City of Waco streets (such as debris in the bike lane), call the City of Waco Streets dept. at 254-750-8690


City of Waco Pilot Scooter Program

Blue Duck Scooters

Education and Encouragement 


TxDOT Safe Bicycling in Texas

Local Advocacy Groups

Waco Bicycle Club
Waco Walks

Blog Posts

May is National Bike Month: What's the status of biking in Waco? (Act Locally Waco, May 2019)

Celebrating May as National Bike Month (Act Locally Waco, May 2018)

Enforcement, Evaluation and Planning


City of Waco Vulnerable Road Users Ordinance

City of Waco Micromobility Ordinance 

Design Guidance 

TxDOT Bicycle Accomodation Design Guidance Memo (April 2, 2021)


Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations (AMPO) Active Transportation Working Group

Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee
2021 Meetings