Bicycling and walking are viable forms of transportation for shorter trips, and are often important for people who live near transit stops. As transportation costs and congestion increase, walking and bicycling continue to grow in importance here and around the country. Unfortunately, many facilities are not equipped or safe enough to support these modes of transportation. 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.
The Atlanta Region Transportation & Pedestrian Walkways Plan
adopted September 26, 2007
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.
For more information on the 2007 Atlanta Region Bicycle Transportation & Pedestrian Walkways Plan, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404.463.3345.
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 Solicitation & Evaluation Procedures Review
Non-Motorized Travel Assessment
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