An Active Transportation Plan (ATP) is a comprehensive planning process that aims to create healthier and safer communities by improving access and comfort for walking, bicycling, and other forms of non-vehicular transportation. Cities throughout California and the U.S. are engaging in these types of planning efforts to increase the numerous environmental, health, and economic benefits attributed to bicycling and walking.
The City of Los Alamitos is undertaking an Active Transportation Plan (ATP) to improve their community’s non-motorized modes of travel. The ATP will help establish a bike and pedestrian-friendly environment throughout the City as well as support other regional active transportation efforts such as the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) ActiveOC. The City is committed to making the planning process a collaborative effort with the community, stakeholders, and city staff. The team will engage the public through a series of surveys, workshops, walk and bike audits, and a Community Advisory Committee (CAC) to gather feedback for the project.
Community Input Requested
This is your chance to make some suggestions and requests for the city to Community Workshop #2 is on Wednesday October 21st from 6:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. It’s online so you’re safe, no mask required if you’re at home.
There will be additional community meetings updated on the website so check back often.