The Active Transportation Plan is a combination of a Bikeways Master Plan and Pedestrian Master Plan and updates the Circulation Plan for Bicyclists and Pedestrians (2007), which established bicycle and pedestrian networks and project lists throughout the City. The ATP includes a set of goals, policies, implementation programs for the bicycle and pedestrian network, and related capital projects to accomplish this vision. The bicycle and pedestrian network only includes areas in the public right-of-way, including sidewalks, portions of streets, public easements and public transit station areas. The ATP does not address roadway or vehicle characteristics. The ATP includes both short- and long-term policies and programs through 2035.
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