In January 2020, the City hired Alta Planning + Design (Alta) to update the City’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan (Master Plan). The current master plan document (Draft Plan) was developed in 2011, and it remained in draft form pending the start of the City’s General Plan Update (which ultimately started in 2019). Nevertheless, the Draft Plan provided guidance for much of the City’s bicycle and pedestrian facility improvements over the past nine years, including the recent bike lane or sidewalk installations along Contra Costa Boulevard, Geary Road, Oak Park Boulevard, Boyd Road, Elinora Drive, Pleasant Hill Road, Woodsworth Lane, and North Main Street. The Draft Plan also identified the various completed trail crossing improvements along the Contra Costa Canal Trail and EBMUD Trail. Given the large number of improvements that were completed since 2011, the Draft Plan needs to be updated to identify the next phase of bicycle and pedestrian improvements, incorporate current policies and design standards in regards to bicycle and pedestrian accommodation, and identify updated funding options for future project implementation.
The Draft Plan is now available to download in the Document section below. The document will be open for public comment through September 18, 2020 The document will be discussed at the Traffic Safety Commission on September 22, 2020.
Project Schedule (Tentative)
|Updating existing facility mapping|
|Draft Goals, Policies, and Objectives presented to Traffic Safety Commission|
|April – May|
|Public Input Period|
|Present Progress Update to Traffic Safety Commission|
Drafting new Master Plan document
|Submit the draft Master Plan to the General Plan Update team for incorporation|
|September 2020||Release Draft Master Plan and Present to Traffic Safety Commission on September 22 for review and recommendation|
|Present draft Master Plan to Planning Commission and City Council for review and final adoption|
We are inviting the public to get involved with this project.
Tell us where to improve things
Fill out the a form and send us your thoughts
Participate in the following events to offer input on what you would like to see.
No events here yet!
See summaries, photos, and materials of past meetings on our blog.
No events here yet!
Please email any public comments on the Draft Document to email@example.com. Public comments will be accepted through September 18, 2020 and can also be presented at the September 22 Traffic Safety Commission meeting.