The City of Lake Elsinore is developing an Active Transportation Plan to identify and prioritize active transportation opportunities for Lake Elsinore. This project’s start has been funded through a grant funded by Senate Bill 1.
The exciting part of this process is we want YOU to help us identify ways Active Transportation will positively affect your life in Lake Elsinore. The City is launching its #ActiveLE effort to solicit your ideas on how to make it easier for you and your family to get around Lake Elsinore on foot and bike. This website will have all the information, event details, and maps as we continue through the Active Transportation Plan process.
ActiveLE is our campaign to get more residents traveling through our community by foot or bicycle. Specifying routes to places of employment, recreation, education, and destinations that meet your daily needs.
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The City of Lake Elsinore has been awarded one of the three Caltrans Sustainable Transportation Planning Grants in Riverside County through a highly competitive grant application process. We received a grant in the amount of $170,000 through Senate Bill 1 to prepare an Active Transportation Plan / Regional Commuter Based Access Plan (ATP).
The ATP will prioritize bikeway and pedestrian improvements based on criteria such as regional and local connectivity, safe routes to school, ten minute neighborhoods, recreation uses and recommendations for smart infill growth with accompanying active transportation project improvements. The ATP will support the City’s extremely fast annual growth rate of 2% and will be vital for the establishment of a safe active transportation network in the existing and future development. In addition, the ATP will support the promotion of an active healthy lifestyle for the entire community through the Healthy LE initiative. The product will include the planning document with cost estimates, conceptual layout, implementation strategies, and potential funding sources.
If you have any questions, please reach out to the City of Lake Elsinore Community Services Department at 951-674-3124 ext. 265, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website at: http://www.lake-elsinore.org/ATP.