Caltrans District 2 completes its draft of it’s Active Transportation Plan for Lassen and Plumas Counties. The plan addresses What it is like to walk or bicycle along the highway systems that serve as many of the county’s main roads. Communities were asked where there are opportunity areas to replace driving trips with walking and bicycling trips as well as Location-based needs as well as identifying existing barriers and gaps in the road systems for pedestrian and bicycles. The district is looking for your comments on the draft of the plan until this Thursday. The next steps following public commenting is Coordination, facilitation, and project development steps. The plan furthers statewide policies, strategies, and action established in Toward an Active California, the 2017 State Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan focusing on active transportation and transit safety, mobility, preservation, and equity. A Final plan will be completed by May. You can view the plan at CATPlan.org/district-2 . Your Comments can be submitted through email to [email protected]
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