This page last updated March 29, 2018.
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan (BPMP) is the future of biking and walking in Goleta. It aims to expand and improve the pedestrian and bicycle network in the City of Goleta making it easier to walk and bike around town. The BPMP also promotes public health by encouraging people to walk and bike, reduces automobile usage and fuel consumption, and promotes transportation equity. A specific area of the BPMP is along Hollister Avenue in Old Town. Learn more about that part of the project, known as the Hollister Avenue Complete Streets Corridor Project, at www.goletacompletestreets.com.
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What's Happening Now
Chapter 5 of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan (BPMP) is in progress. It focuses on the funding sources. Chapter 4 is also being worked on. It presents the recommended bicycle and pedestrian projects and policies. The recommendations are a result of past community engagement efforts as well as feedback from the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) and City officials. The chapter also includes recommended educational and promotion programs, strategies on inter-agency communication, and methods on tracking and monitoring pedestrian and bicycle travel. The chapter ends with a Future Opportunities section that highlights the City's long-term vision of a comprehensive low stress multi-modal network.
To see chapters 1-4, scroll down to the documents section.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Documents
James Winslow, P.E.