Active Transportation Plan

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Two bicyclists using a bike lane.The City of Fremont wants to hear from you! We are gearing up for the new Active Transportation Plan (ATP), the next five-year strategic plan to encourage and promote active transportation use for all ages and abilities. Being able to walk, bike, and roll to the places you visit in your community are part of what makes Fremont a happy city, and we want to know how we can make using “active transportation” in Fremont even better. What is “active transportation”? It’s walking to your local park, school, or transit stop. It’s bicycling to your favorite trail or café. It’s rolling in a wheelchair or on a scooter to visit friends. It’s even just taking a neighborhood stroll for fresh air and exercise.

The ATP project will be a consolidation of the existing Bicycle Master Plan and the Pedestrian Master Plan, as well as incorporate the latest design practices, policies, and infrastructure planning for all active transportation modes (including bicycling, walking, and micromobility). The City’s overall mission is to develop its infrastructure to be safe, convenient, connected, and comfortable for bicyclists and pedestrians of all ages and abilities who live, work, and visit Fremont. Comprehensive engagement with the Fremont community is key in ensuring that the next set of active transportation strategies and guidance for the next five years is successful in fulfilling this mission.

Help us understand how walking and biking can continue to contribute to Fremont being a happy city! Phase 1 and Phase 2 outreach opportunities have concluded, and we will have more in-person and online engagement opportunities in the Spring of 2024. Sign up for the ATP mailing list so that you don't miss any notifications on future community meetings, engagement opportunities, and information on the development of the ATP.


Timeline

Summer 2023: Phase 1 Existing Conditions and Needs Analysis

Learning about the Community's experience walking/biking in Fremont.

Fall 2023/Winter 2024: Phase 2 Network and Recommendations Development

Neighborhood community outreach and engagement with walking and biking activities.

Spring 2024/Summer 2024: Phase 3 Project Priority Review

Develop and refine the Draft Plan. Draft ATP circulation for public comment and City Commissions review.

Fall 2024: City Council Review and Adoption of Final ATP*

*Tentative Date


Two bicyclists using a bike lane.The City of Fremont wants to hear from you! We are gearing up for the new Active Transportation Plan (ATP), the next five-year strategic plan to encourage and promote active transportation use for all ages and abilities. Being able to walk, bike, and roll to the places you visit in your community are part of what makes Fremont a happy city, and we want to know how we can make using “active transportation” in Fremont even better. What is “active transportation”? It’s walking to your local park, school, or transit stop. It’s bicycling to your favorite trail or café. It’s rolling in a wheelchair or on a scooter to visit friends. It’s even just taking a neighborhood stroll for fresh air and exercise.

The ATP project will be a consolidation of the existing Bicycle Master Plan and the Pedestrian Master Plan, as well as incorporate the latest design practices, policies, and infrastructure planning for all active transportation modes (including bicycling, walking, and micromobility). The City’s overall mission is to develop its infrastructure to be safe, convenient, connected, and comfortable for bicyclists and pedestrians of all ages and abilities who live, work, and visit Fremont. Comprehensive engagement with the Fremont community is key in ensuring that the next set of active transportation strategies and guidance for the next five years is successful in fulfilling this mission.

Help us understand how walking and biking can continue to contribute to Fremont being a happy city! Phase 1 and Phase 2 outreach opportunities have concluded, and we will have more in-person and online engagement opportunities in the Spring of 2024. Sign up for the ATP mailing list so that you don't miss any notifications on future community meetings, engagement opportunities, and information on the development of the ATP.


Timeline

Summer 2023: Phase 1 Existing Conditions and Needs Analysis

Learning about the Community's experience walking/biking in Fremont.

Fall 2023/Winter 2024: Phase 2 Network and Recommendations Development

Neighborhood community outreach and engagement with walking and biking activities.

Spring 2024/Summer 2024: Phase 3 Project Priority Review

Develop and refine the Draft Plan. Draft ATP circulation for public comment and City Commissions review.

Fall 2024: City Council Review and Adoption of Final ATP*

*Tentative Date


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Active Transportation Plan: Phase 2 Interactive Map

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