Pedestrian Master Plans
|San Diego Pedestrian Master Plan City-Wide Implementation Framework Report||
The Pedestrian Master Plan includes an analysis of each community and idenitifes pedestrian routes and infrastructure improvements along them.
|Rancho Cordova Pedestrian Master Plan||
This is one of two companion plans, one each for pedestrians and bicycles, developed by the city to "promote safe and desirable non-motorized travel for residents and workers and to provide good connections across Highway 50 and to regional trails systems like the American River Parkway Trail."
|San Francisco Better Streets Plan||
The Better Streets Plan provides extensive guidance on designs and policies to enhance pedestrian safety and mobility in San Francisco, while integrating walking more closely with transit.
|Downtown Streetscape Plan (San Francisco)||
The Downtown Streetscape Plan, adopted in 1995, is intended as an overall guide to developing the downtown pedestrian network for San Francisco.
|19th Avenue Park Presidio Neighborhood Transportation Plan||
This study has prioritized four main areas of need, which will be addressed by changes at 32 intersections.
|Guidance for Implementation of the AASHTO Strategic Highway Safety Plan Volume 10: A Guide for Reducing Collisions Involving Pedestrians||
The goal of the AASHTO Strategic Highway Safety Plan is to reduce annual highway fatalities by 5,000 to 7,000. This goal can be achieved through the widespread application of low-cost, proven countermeasures that reduce the number of crashes on the nation’s highways. This tenth volume of NCHRP Report 500: Guidance for Implementation of the AASHTO Strategic Highway Safety Plan provides strategies that can be employed to reduce the number of collisions involving pedestrians.
|How to Develop a Pedestrian Safety Action Plan||
This guide was developed to help local and state agencies develop their own pedestrian safety action plans. The first chapter of the guide described the big picture of planning and designing for pedestrian safety, which stressed the main problems and goals of pedestrian safety.
|Walkability Plan: City of La Mesa, California||
The purpose of developing a walkability plan for the City of La Mesa is to create a broad, community-based vision and action plan to make La Mesa a more walkable community. This plan sets the stage for achieving the General Plan vision of creating a community in which residents can get around the City without a motor vehicle.
|Sacramento Pedestrian Master Plan||
The purpose of the Pedestrian Master Plan is to make Sacramento a model pedestrian-friendly city—the “Walking Capital.” The Pedestrian Master Plan provides a comprehensive vision for improving pedestrian conditions.
|Solano County Pedestrian Master plan||
The Solano County Pedestrian Master Plan, which was finalized in 2004. It is in the process of being updated. You can find more information about the new Solano County Pedestrian Master Plan by following this link.
|Community Assessment Tool-Walk Friendly Communities||
This is a free, downloadalbe workbook/tool for communities wishing to nominate themselves for the annual Walk Friendly Community awards. It can also be used for communities wishing to get a clearer measure of their walkability, even if they don't wish to take part in the award process.
|Pedestrian Safety Action Plan (State of Florida)||
The purpose of the PSAP is to establish a framework to realize improved pedestrian safety performance through the following processes:
|WalkFirst: a framework for pedestrian improvements in San Francisco||
A citywide map of key pedestrian streets and zones
|City of Richmond Pedestrian Master Plan||
The City adopted its Pedestrian Master Plan November 1, 2011. Additional outreach and analysis will take place prior to the construction and implementation of future major projects.
|Reclaiming the Right of Way|
|City of Roseville Pedestrian Master Plan and ADA Transition Plan||
From the Roseville City website:
The Pedestrian Master Plan and Best Practices Manual for Pedestrian Design have been adopted by City Council
The Pedestrian Master Plan is intended to establish policies, projects, and programs that improve the pedestrian system in Roseville and increase walking for transportation, recreation, and health.
|City of Berkeley Pedestrian Master Plan||
The Berkeley Pedestrian Master Plan ranks 100 intersections in Berkeley based on safety, usage, and access to major destinations, and recommends improvements. The Plan also recommends changes to the City’s zoning and design review, provides design standards, and calls for increased law enforcement. Public education campaigns will also help remind drivers, cyclists and pedestrians of how to share the streets safely. The final draft of Berkeley’s first Pedestrian Master Plan was completed based on comments received from City Council, Commissions and the public.