This page last updated November 2, 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
The City Council adopted the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan (BPMP) on October 16, 2018. The BPMP will provide the City with a roadmap for the next 10-20 years. Click here to view the final document and staff report.
On September 17 the City presented the Final draft of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan document to the Planning Commission for the Commissioners to recommend Council adopt the plan.
The City held an additional community workshop on September 5 at the Isla Vista Elementary School. The "Let's Walk and Bike Goleta Valley" meeting was a joint meeting between the City of Goleta, UCSB, County of Santa Barbara, and City of Santa Barbara local agencies/jurisdictions for the community members in the Storke Road/El Colegio Road area. SBBike and COAST facilitated the meeting.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Documents
Draft Final BPMP for Council Adoption: Goleta BPMP Final
September 2018, Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan:
Previous draft versions:
James Winslow, P.E.