The Shasta Region has a great opportunity to increase walking and biking for both transportation and recreation. The GoShasta Regional and City of Redding Active Transportation Plans provide a coordinated approach to active transportation that catalyzes local interest in biking and walking, generate a list of potential projects, and will result in plans that enable the region to compete for state and federal funding to build projects.
What’s Happening Now? Join us!
Join the regional GoShasta team and the City of Redding team, in person, October 21 or 22 to comment on elements of both draft active transportation plans. Drop by one of two information stations to discuss active transportation and provide your comments:
Saturday, October 21, 7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.*
Farmers Market, Redding City Hall, 777 Cypress Avenue
Sunday, October 22, 9:00 am – 12:00 p.m.
Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay Museum, 1335 Arboretum Drive, Redding
Or, comment on the Active Transportation Plans by clicking below. Public input on the GoShasta Regional and City of Redding Active Transportation Plans closes October 29, 2017.
|Proposed Regional Pedestrian and Bicycle Networks||Proposed City of Redding Pedestrian and Bicycle Networks.|
|Click HERE to leave your comments on the map.||Click HERE to leave your comments on the map.|
|Proposed Regional Action Policy Framework||Proposed City of Redding Goals and Actions|
|Click HERE to leave your comments||Click HERE to leave your comments|
*Shasta Living Streets will provide bicycle valet parking at the Saturday, October 21 Farmers Market and will be conducting a free helmet giveaway in conjunction with their “Freedom from Training Wheels” event for young riders.
The GoShasta Regional and City of Redding Active Transportation Plans will enable the region to compete for state and federal funding to build bikeways and walkways. The plans are funded by a competitive grant awarded to the Shasta Regional Transportation Agency from California’s Active Transportation Program.