Regional Active Transportation Plan (ATP)

2020 Regional Active Transportation Plan

The Regional Active Transportation Plan provides a comprehensive bicycle and pedestrian planning approach to the Tri-Cities area. BFCG staff met with the ATP Working Group (comprised of representatives from local jurisdictions and organizations) four times over eight months to develop the update of the ATP. This update build upon the 2016 document and implements a Level of Traffic Stress (LTS), future active transportation network, and toolbox sections. The Plan was adopted by the BFCG Board on September 18, 2020.

2016 Regional Active Transportation Plan

Developed over 2015 and 2016, the 2016 Regional Active Transportation Plan fulfills federal requirements (23 CFR 450) that a metropolitan transportation plan contain a bicycle and pedestrian component as well as addresses state direction (RCW 36.70A) that regional transportation plans encourage efficient multimodal transportation systems that are based on regional priorities and coordinated with county and city comprehensive plans. The Plan was formally adopted by the BFCG Board on June 17, 2016.

2014 Cycling Tri-Cities Map

The 2014 Cycling Tri-Cities bike map is available to be downloaded onto mobile devices through a commercial website known as Maplet. There is a cost for access to Maplet’s library of mobile maps. Please use this link: Cycling Tri-Cities to access the bike map on the Maplet website.

For a free download of a 11×17 .pdf of the map, please click: Cycling Tri-Cities. To download a jpeg image file of the front & back of the map please click on the images below:Cycling Tri-Cities 24x36 Front

Cycling Tri-Cities 24x36 Back