Active Transportation Master Plan
|New online survey - vision, goals and strategies for walking and biking|
This survey in intended to collect public feedback regarding a number of proposed goals and strategies intended to improve walking and biking in Flagstaff. There are a total of 35 draft strategies included in this survey, organized under seven main goals.
Click here to take the survey
Walking and biking are important to Flagstaff. An active transportation master plan will make specific recommendations for strategies, actions, projects, and programs to improve the pedestrian and bicycle environment and implement the goals and policies of the Flagstaff Regional Plan 2030 regarding walking, biking, and trails.
There are a number of benefits to having an active transportation master plan in place:
- Provides a detailed framework to make Flagstaff more walk and bike-friendly
- Positions the City to take advantage of grants, transportation tax dollars, and other sources of funding as opportunities become available
- Helps ensure that walking, biking, and trails are accommodated in new development and new capital projects
Click any of the links below to open a series of interactive maps that show potential new facilities for walking and biking, as well as methodologies for setting priorities and recommendations for their implementation. The Active Transportation Master Plan interactive map depicts sidewalks, bike lanes, FUTS trails, at-grade crossings, grade-separated crossings, bikeways network, bike parking, ped-bikeways, and neighborhood connectors.
- Working Paper 1: Existing plans, policies, regulations, and guidelines
- Working Paper 2: Resources and literature review
- Working Paper 3: Mode share trends and peer cities analysis
- Working Paper 4: Pedestrian and bicycle crash data
- Working Paper 5: Walking and biking survey results
- Working Paper 7: Missing sidewalk inventory and prioritization
- Working Paper 8: Missing bike lane inventory and prioritization
- Working Paper 9.1 At-grade pedestrian and bicycle crossings
- Working Paper 9.2 Grade-separated pedestrian and bicycle crossing
- Walking and biking survey
- Walking and biking survey – raw results for walking
- Walking and biking survey – raw results for biking
- Pedestrian and bicycle project survey results
- Milton Road walking and biking survey
- FUTS trail users survey
How to get involved...
There are a variety of ways to stay current and participate in this process:
- Submit comments online via this form
- Receive email updates and notices via the Notify Me function on the City’s website. Sign up for Bicycle Advisory Committee, Pedestrian Advisory Committee, or Flagstaff Urban Trails System lists
- Follow postings of interest on the FUTS Facebook page
- Participate in discussions and information regarding the master plan at the regular monthly meeting of the City’s Pedestrian Advisory Committee and Bicycle Advisory Committee
- Watch for periodic citizen surveys regarding transportation on the Flagstaff Community Forum
- Contact staff directly at 928.213.2685 or email@example.com