Active Transportation & Complete Streets
The Active Transportation & Complete Streets (ATCS) Office leads active transportation and complete streets planning and policy. We engage partners, advocates, and communities to ensure their needs are voiced and met. The work improves linkages between land use planning, community values, transportation planning, decision-making, and transportation project delivery to achieve a more sustainable transportation system.
These Active Transportation data sources provide the most updated information and data on statewide Active Transportation efforts.
- Active Transportation Asset Inventory: Collection of our over 26,000 existing bicycle and pedestrian assets
- California Healthy Place Index: Tool that helps assess community conditions
- Caltrans Web Map Gallery: A series of interactive web maps showcasing California-focused transportation themes
- ITHIM: Integrated Transport and Health Impact Model
- SWITRS: Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System
- SHSMP: 2021 State Highway System Management Plan
- TIMS: Transportation Injury Mapping System
Developing plans and providing guidance on how to improve the linkage between community values, planning and decision-making is an integral part of our office's daily tasks. Below are our most current plans and guidance:
- Caltrans Active Transportation Plans
- Smart Mobility Framework
- Toward An Active California - State Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan
*Accessibility Assistance: Caltrans makes every attempt to ensure our documents are accessible. Due to variances between assistive technologies, there may be portions of this document which are not accessible. Where documents cannot be made accessible, we are committed to providing alternative access to the content. Should you need additional assistance, please email Kevin Tucker at email@example.com or visit https://dot.ca.gov/request-ada-compliant-documents.
These policies, directives and orders were created to improve the safety and mobility needs of all system users while working to achieve a sustainable transportation system.
- Climate Action Plan for Transportation Infrastructure (CAPTI)
- Deputy Directive 64-R2
- Executive Order N-19-19
Collaborating with internal and external stakeholders is important piece in making sure we can provide the best tools, resources and training. The resources below were created by working with our stakeholders to expand knowledge and understanding of Active Transportation practices.
Related External Links
Active Transportation and Complete Streets
Alyssa Begley, Office Chief, Office of Active Transportation and Complete Streets
Romeo Estrella, State Bike and Pedestrian Plan Program Manager
Audrey Ogden, Active Transportation Performance Manager
Active Transportation Planning Branch
Kevin Tucker, Branch Chief, Active Transportation Planning
Janki Patel, Associate Transportation Planner, Smart Mobility Program
Mahdi Yazdi, Associate Transportation Planner, Smart Mobility Guide
Amanda Baker, Transportation Planner, CAT Plans
Raquel Menano, Transportation Planner, Smart Mobility Framework
Mckenzie Metzger, Transportation Planner, CAT Plans