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The City is working on a Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan that is comprehensive and City-wide. The master plan will replace the basic Bicycle Transportation Plan the City adopted from the County in 2005 and provided a minor amending in 2009. Learn more in the article "Walk, Bike, Goleta" in the September issue of the Monarch Press.
Purpose and Need
To facilitate the development of integrated bicycle and pedestrian systems throughout Goleta with connections to other regional bike and pedestrian systems. Projects identified in the Plan will be given priority for various state and federal funding sources through the City and the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments (SBCAG).
Strategic Plan Goals
Maintain a Safe Community.
Establish a Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan.
This project is funded through a Strategic Growth Council Sustainable Communities Planning Grant and City Transportation Development Act funds.
The Bicycle Pedestrian Master Plan (BPMP) is in full swing. The project kicked off July 6, 2016, and since that time the City and consultants have been working to get feedback through an extensive survey, numerous workshops and research. Below you can find presentation slides from some of the previous technical advisory committee (TAC) meetings and workshops.
James Winslow, P.E.