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Active Transportation Plan

July 2019 - City staff are creating an update to the Active Transportation Plan, to be completed in 2020. More details to come.

Kirkland's Active Transportation Plan (ATP) was adopted by the City Council on March 3, 2009. Download sections of the plan below:

Preface, Executive Summary, Table of Contents
Section 1 Introduction
Section 2 Current Conditions
Section 3 Existing Plans and Programs
Section 4 Online Survey Results
Section 5 Project Prioritization of Facilities for Pedestrians
Section 6 Network and Project Prioritization of Facilities for Cyclists
Section 7 Programmatic Elements
Section 8 and 9 Equestrian System and Water Trails
Appendices
Entire Plan (PDF 8.3 MB)

Contact: Kimberly Scrivner, Transportation Planner
E-mailKScrivner@kirklandwa.gov
Phone: 425-587-3871
Mail: City of Kirkland Public Works, 123 5th Avenue, Kirkland 98033

Results from the Pedestrian and Bicycle Surveys:
The files below present hundreds of comments received through the community input process. These comments are being used to make changes to the pedestrian and bicycle networks, programs, and policies.  


Guide to Survey Results

Bicycle

 

Pedestrian

Positive Comments & Graph

 

Positive Comments & Graph

Problem Comments & Graph

 

Problem Comments & Graph

Other Comments & Graph

 

Other Comments & Graph

Raw Data

 

Raw Data

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