Active Transportation Plan

Active Transportation



The City of San Bernardino is developing an Active Transportation Plan (ATP) to improve walking and biking!

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The City of San Bernardino is developing an Active Transportation Plan (ATP) to improve walking and biking for the community. Since it is a local plan, community members are encouraged to share their comments by participating in virtual outreach opportunities between April 12th to May 31st, 2021.

San Bernardino's ATP is the first step to a more Walkable and Bikeable future in the City. By providing San Bernardino residents, businesses and visitors more ways to get around, especially by walking, biking and connections to transit, it creates an active, healthy and connected city.

There are 3 ways the community can get involved with the City's ATP:

Providing General Comments
1. Project Survey: Take this quick questionnaire and help the City learn more about how San Bernardino walks, bikes and accesses transit.

Specific locations you want to share feedback on?
2. Online Mapping Tool: Pinpoint your comments on this interactive map to provide specific feedback on walking and biking conditions in the City.

3. Virtual Focus Area Sessions: Join the Project Team via Zoom for our virtually-guided Focus Area Sessions to identify improvements around key locations. Register for the sessions you are most interested in!

Missed a meeting? Don't worry, just click on the session names below to watch the video

Focus Area Session #1 -
Verdemont Park & Cesar Chavez Middle School, CSUSB University Village, North Sierra Way & West 40th Street

Focus Area Session #2 -
Arrowview Middle School, Perris Hill Park & East Highland Avenue

Focus Area Session #3 is incorporated into sessions 4 & 5

Focus Area Session #4 -
Waterman Avenue Shopping Center & Neal Roberts Elementary, Indian Springs High School

Focus Area Session #5 -
San Bernardino Valley College, Inland Career Education Center, Lytle Creek Park, Encanto Park, Hospitality Lane Area & Santa Ana River Trail Access


Project Schedule


We invite you to visit the official Active Transportation Plan Website for access to all the links above, Focus Area Session meeting dates & details and much more!


Questions? Reach out to the City of San Bernardino ATP Project Team at [email protected].

City of San Bernardino | Planning Division | 290 North D Street, San Bernardino, CA 92401