Complete Streets

ARC has released an application for Fulton County municipalities that are interested in implementing existing plans, policies, or regulations related to complete streets. Successful applicants will receive technical assistance to help them engage residents, gather data on existing pedestrian and cycling infrastructure, and assess existing policy. There is no match requirement. Applications are due Friday, June 12.

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BikePed Plan

Bicycle and Pedestrian Task Force

The Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Task Force acts as a subcommittee to the Transportation Coordinating Committee (TCC) at ARC. Membership consists of city and county transportation staff, recreation and planning departments within the Atlanta region, representatives from state and federal agencies and advocacy groups. The Task Force is also open to any interested individual or group.

The Task Force meets to advise on updates the regional plan, to address bicycle and pedestrian issues as part of the long- and short-range transportation planning process at ARC, and to serve as an information exchange forum.

Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of every month at 10 a.m. in the Harry West Room at ARC.

 

Questions?

For more information on Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning in the Atlanta region, e-mail us at bikeped@atlantaregional.com or call 404.463.3272.
 

Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning

Walking and bicycling provide convenient, healthy, and fun transportation options for many trips in the Atlanta region. As transportation costs and congestion increase, walking and bicycling continue to grow in importance here and around the country.

ARC has been promoting safe, functional, and regional bicycle and pedestrian planning since 1973, and continues to update its process to address new needs and trends. Our current plan update is underway and expected to be finished in December 2015:

Regional Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan Update (2015)

The Atlanta Regional Commission is currently updating our Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan, expected to be complete by December 2015.

This project will develop a new vision for walking and bicycling in the Atlanta region by synthesizing  previous planning efforts related to walking and biking, identify opportunities to fill pedestrian and bicycle network gaps, and develop policies that support the safety, mobility, and growth of a 21st Century region. The goal is to create active communities where bicycling and walking are safe, healthy, fun, and normal daily activities.

May 29th Walk Friendly + Bike Friendly Community Forum Presentations

Draft Plan Documents:

In progress

For more information on the 2015 Atlanta Region Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan Update, contact us at transportation@atlantaregional.com or 404.463.3345.


The Atlanta Region Bicycle Transportation & Pedestrian Walkways Plan (2007)

Adopted September 26, 2007


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Maps

The following maps are taken from the 2007 Bike/Ped Plan documentation. Each map is also available upon request in a size formatted for plotter printing.


Planning & Research

Over 2013 and 2014 the ARC staff focused on planning, outreach, and research to achieve a better understanding of active transportation in the metro Atlanta region. Projects have included a Regional Bicycle User Survey, a review of project solicitation and program procedures around active transportation funding, and non-motorized travel assessment mapping

Regional Bicycle User Survey

Bike/Ped Project Evaluation - Review & Proposed> Procedures

Non-Motorized Travel Assessment


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