P.A.C.T. | accessible transportation options for residents and visitors

December 15, 2019

 

 

The City of Riverside is currently in the process of developing an:

 

Pedestrian Target Safeguarding Plan

Active Transportation Plan

Complete Streets Ordinance

Trails Master Plan

 

to provide improved robust and accessible transportation options for residents and visitors.

 

These plans include creating funding strategies and opportunities to provide more transportation options such as walking, bicycling, public transit, and rolling from one place to another.

 

The City of Riverside’s vision is to gain insight from the community in order to build a safer, healthier, and more sustainable network.

 

PACT is an opportunity to continue to examine neighborhood roadways and set up a vision for years to come.

 

StrongTowns - Slowing Traffic is Street Design, Not Speed Limits  December 2019 Article

 

PACT LETTER TO COMMUNITY GROUPS

 

PACT TIMELINE  2019 - 2020

 

PACT COMMUNITY SURVEY  11.07.19

 

WALK-SHOP POP UP EVENTS  11.11 - 13

 

 

 

AARP  LIVABLE AGE FRIENDLY COMMUNITIES

 

Pedestrian Target Safeguarding Plan (SCAG GRANT SCOPE)

 

Active Transportation Plan (SCAG Grant - City Staff Report)

 

Complete Streets Ordinance (Smart Growth America Report)

 

Trails Master Plan (Riverside County)

 

Riverside Climate Action Plan

 

California’s Sustainable Communities and

Climate Protection Act 2018  (CARB)  VMT

 

Riverside Bicycle Master Plan

 

Riverside Parks 2030 Master Plan

 

Riverside Trails Map (older map - see 2030 Master Plan)

 

Riverside General Plan - Circulation & Community Mobility

 

National Association of City Transportation Officials

Design Guidelines

 

SCAG - ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION

 

WRCOG - ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION

 

DRAFT  CONNECT SOCAL  (SCAG)

 

SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL

SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL (Alta Planning & Design)

 

UCR BICYCLE MASTER PLAN STUDY (Alta Planning & Design)

 

EASTSIDE Transformative Climate Communities Grant

November 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CA SB 743 - Measuring the Impact of Driving

 

Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) PPIC Study

 

Vehicle Miles Traveled UC DAVIS White Paper

 

VMT Programs to reduce Green House Gas (GHG) Emissions 

SB 127 - Complete Streets Bill VETOED  10.13.19

Riverside Awarded Grant for Bicycle, Pedestrian Safety and Education Program 11.13.19

 

 

 

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