CalTrans Invites Your Feedback!
Do you feel comfortable biking or walking on, across or near the state highway system? Caltrans wants to hear your suggestions for improvements at https://www.catplan.org/district-3.
California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is seeking input from the
public for the Caltrans District 3 Active Transportation (CAT) Plan. Through
the CAT Plan survey, the public can inform Caltrans of missing or desired
bicycle or pedestrian facilities (sidewalks, bicycle lanes, crosswalks, etc.)
on, across or near the state highway system. The 5-minute map-based survey
allows you to pinpoint locations where it is uncomfortable to walk or bike and
provide a short description of the need.
The goal of the CAT Plan is to
identify and prioritize all bicycle and pedestrian safety needs across all 11
District 3 counties, which includes Sacramento, Yolo, Yuba, Sutter, Placer, El
Dorado, Glenn, Colusa, Nevada, Butte and Sierra counties. The report will guide
future Caltrans active transportation planning and funding to align State
bicycle and pedestrian safety efforts with local priorities. Please make sure
your voice is heard by completing the survey by August 31.
If you have any questions, please contact Colin Fredrickson at email@example.com.