Thank you for your interest in the planning process! Why a General Plan is Important A General Plan is a broad-based policy document that establishes a long-range vision, goals, and guidelines for park management. A General Plan also provides direction on future recreation opportunities, resource management, historic sites, visitor facilities, park improvements, services, and programs. The EIR will evaluate potential environmental effects associated with implementation of the General Plan proposals.
The first round of community workshops was completed in May. Thank you to those who attended and provided feedback.
Links to Round 1 community outreach material are provided below under Documents. This framework includes an overall vision, goals, objectives, and strategies to improve bicycle safety and mobility throughout the State. This Plan will guide District 4 and its partners to develop an integrated bicycle network for the Bay Area.
Many of the improvements identified in the Plan are conceptual and will require further study and coordination with local jurisdictions and stakeholders. The Plan will be updated regularly as future needs and opportunities are identified and evaluated.
The Plan was developed with input from local and regional partners and stakeholders to ensure that proposed improvements are consistent with local efforts and reflect stakeholder needs.
A public outreach process included an online mapping survey, focus group meetings, two rounds of community workshops, and an online comment tool.
A Technical Advisory Committee made up of representatives from city, county, and regional agencies as well as advocacy and stakeholder organizations helped inform the process.
The Caltrans District 4 Bike Plan final report summarizes the development of the Plan and highlights key findings. Additional information can be found in the Documents tab. Appendices Bike Plan Map This map is an interactive tool to view the needs analysis and priority improvements identified in the Plan.
The needs analysis is based on multiple data sources to rank highway segments on Level of Traffic Stress LTSlow stress connectivity permeabilitycollision history, and potential bicycling demand.
Improvements are classified by prioritization categories of: More information on the needs analysis and improvement prioritization is available in the Documents section.See this Guide to Writing a Business Plan Step By Step for a detailed description of how to write each section of a full-sized plan.
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2,3 Increasing people’s physical activity levels will significantly reduce their risk.