The City of Woodland seeks community input on its Active Transportation Plan (ATP).
Active transportation includes all forms of people-powered transportation, including walking, biking, scootering, and traveling by wheelchair. The ATP will serve as the guiding document for installing new walking and biking paths, trails, and supportive amenities such as bicycle parking throughout Woodland.
The City encourages everyone who travels in Woodland to participate in the development of the ATP. The City has arranged multiple ways for the community to engage during the first phase of the project, including a project website with an interactive map, stakeholder meetings, and community workshops.
The first in-person outreach event will be hosted as part of Woodland REXPO at the Community and Senior Center on Friday, March 24 from 4-7 PM. Community members can also provide feedback through an online map hosted at bit.ly/WoodlandATP. The online tool allows users to drop pins and draw lines to identify areas where they would like to see improvements for walking and biking.
The ATP process will continue throughout the year, with community feedback informing the development and prioritization of recommendations. Completion of the project is expected in late 2023. For more info, contact Clara Olmedo at email@example.com.
Friday, March 24 from 4-7 PM
Woodland Community & Senior Center
2001 East Street, Woodland CA