Online interactive mapThe following documents and links provide a good background and serve as resources for the planning effort:
- DRAFT Regional Policy and Action Framework. The framework includes four themes, each with an associated regional action list, to help meet the goals of the GoShasta ATP. In addition, the Framework includes local agency actions lists developed by the city of Anderson, the city of Shasta Lake, and Shasta County in coordination with SRTA.
- Online interactive map
- Draft Recommended Bicycle Improvements
- Draft Recommended Pedestrian Improvements
- Trunk Lines. This document explains the concept of trunk lines and how they are integrated into the Go Shasta ATP process.
- Trunk Line Concept Map. This map shows how the regional trunk line system connects Redding to adjacent communities
City of Redding
- Existing Bike Facilities in the City of Redding
- Draft Recommended Citywide Bike Facilities for the City of Redding
- Draft Recommended Biking Recommendations for Downtown Redding
- Draft Recommended and Existing Bike Facilities for the City of Redding
Draft Recommended Citywide Pedestrian Facilities for the City of Redding
- Key Corridors. This map specifies the major commercial and civic areas in Redding, as well as important corridors for connections.
- DRAFT City of Redding ATP Goals. Drafted October 6, 2017, this document outlines the four DRAFT goals, associated actions, and indicators of success for Redding’s ATP.
- Bicycle Facility Definitions. The City of Redding recommended bicycle network consists of a variety of bicycle facilities. Please see the following “Bicycle Facility Definitions” for a visual depiction of these facility types