Planning for walking and biking

Safe, comfortable and connected facilities provide the foundation for growing walking and bicycling in our communities.

Non-motorized transportation is a foundation for community sustainability, economic competitiveness, and household and community health and prosperity.

Our approach to pedestrian and bicycle planning emphasizes the development of safe, comfortable, connected and inviting non-motorized transportation networks that address the needs of people of all ages and abilities, and that increase access, options, safety and convenience for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users and motorists.

Our work responds to a city’s unique context and circumstances (including winter conditions) and results in cost-effective, implementable recommendations that attract new users and expand use of walking and biking as viable forms of transportation in our cities and communities.