The Monterey County Active Transportation Plan focuses on analyzing key gaps from the existing and proposed bicycle and pedestrian networks, identifying opportunity sites for innovative bicycle facility design, and identified areas for enhanced regional and local connectivity. Community input was a key component of the plan, and guided the development of priority projects and infrastructure improvements.The Plan focuses on identifying high priority bicycle and pedestrian projects.
The Monterey County Active Transportation Plan was adopted at the TAMC Board of Directors June 27, 2018 meeting:Monterey County Active Transportation Plan (Complete Document – 58 MB PDF)
By chapter:Executive SummaryChapter 1: IntroductionChapter 2: Existing ConditionsChapter 3: Plans and ProgramsChapter 4: Best Practices and Benefits of Active TransportationChapter 5.1: Monterey CountyChapter 5.2: CarmelChapter 5.3: Del Rey OaksChapter 5.4: GonzalesChapter 5.5: GreenfieldChapter 5.6: King CityChapter 5.7: MarinaChapter 5.8: MontereyChapter 5.9: Pacific GroveChapter 5.10: SalinasChapter 5.11: Sand CityChapter 5.12: SeasideChapter 5.13: SoledadChapter 6: Funding & ImplementationAppendix 1: Project Ranking CriteriaAppendix 2: Project Cost EstimatesAppendix 3: Existing Bike and Pedestrian Mode ShareAppendix 4: Requirements for Active Transportation Plans
Browse Draft Active Transportation Plan improvements:
Ariana Green is the Monterey County Active Transportation Plan contact. You can reach her via email at email@example.com or at (831) 775-0903.