Caltrans District 5 is looking for public input on its draft Active Transportation Plan, which identifies locations where bicycle and pedestrian improvements might be needed on the state highway system.
The public can play a key role in establishing the community priorities by providing input. The draft plan review opened Feb. 8 at www.catplan.org/ and closes March 9. The final Plan will be available in May.
“We look forward to hearing from the public on what they believe are the most important priorities in their communities and how we can best integrate them into our transportation projects moving forward,” said Caltrans District 5 Director Tim Gubbins.
Caltrans wants to align the state’s bicycle and pedestrian network with the needs of local communities, with an emphasis on improving social equity, reconnecting neighborhoods and improving access for all modes of transportation, including people who walk or bicycle. Caltrans is actively engaging with community members in areas where previous decisions may have created barriers to adequate transportation.
For info visit www.catplan.org/district-plans.