WSDOT Active Transportation Plan 2019

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Walk, Roll, Connect - What is Active Transportation?

Using an active means of travel such as walking, biking or skateboarding to get from one place to another. Almost everyone uses active transportation at some point in a trip, whether walking to a bus stop, bicycling to work or rolling home from a ferry terminal.

What is the WSDOT Active Transportation Plan?

The WSDOT Active Transportation Plan is a way to use what we learn from you and others to shape recommendations for policy decisions, investments, and improvements. The plan will consider where we are now, where we want to go, and how we are going to get there in the coming years. It coordinates with your local and region plans so get involved in those too.

What is the schedule?

The survey will go through June 30, 2019. The plan is scheduled for completion in December 2019. You'll have a chance to review and comment on the draft plan, sign up below to receive announcements.

How do I get involved or get more information?

ATP E-news: This occasional email will tell you what's happening next in the planning process and invite you to take future surveys. Subscribe to ATP News.

WSDOT Walk and Roll: WSDOT Active Transportation e-news: Information on a wide range of topics related to active transportation in Washington State, including grants, training opportunities, and technical information in addition to news on the Active Transportation Plan. - Subscribe to WSDOT Walk and Roll.

On social media: Use the #WSDOTactive tag to find news you can share.

Request materials or presentations: Fill out this form to request materials for distribution in your community, request a speaker if one can be made available, or volunteer as a community ambassador to spread the work.

Barb Chamberlain, Chambba@wsdot.wa.gov, WSDOT Active Transportation Division Director.
Phone: 206-716-1130