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Trails Master Plan 2030

The City of Riverside seeks pivotal input from the community to help guide and support the development of trail and active transportation projects through targeted community outreach.  The various planning documents that the City has put fourth to make strides towards the innovation of active transportation are: Tthe Pedestrian Target Safeguarding Plan, Active Transportation Plan, Complete Street Ordinance, and Trails Master Plan, which creates the PACT.

The City of Riverside hosted a virtual workshop on Wednesday, April 22nd from 6-8 p.m. to obtain community input in the development of its Active Transportation Plan and Trails Master Plan. The virtual workshop was hosted via Zoom Meeting, and simulcast on RiversideTV. Community members asked questions and provided feedback via a phone call-in number, text message, and Zoom’s chat function. While the live event has passed, you can view the archive below:

For more information about the project, please visit www.riversideca.gov/pact.

Visit our online public input map to identify gaps, barriers, and suggested routes: https://riversidepact.altaplanning.cloud/

Take our online survey: www.surveymonkey.com/r/RiversidePACT

Comments

Written comments will be accepted via email to Alisa Sramala at ASramala@riversideca.gov or by phone at (951) 826-2021.