Active Transportation Plan

The Active Transportation Plan (ATP) identifies regionally significant active transportation projects that include pedestrian, bicycle, and transit accommodations.

The ATP provides tools to assist Central Ohio communities in Delaware and Franklin Counties and parts of Fairfield, Licking, and Union counties with planning efforts to ensure their residents and visitors can efficiently and safely access and move between pedestrian, bicycle, and transit facilities. The ATP is a part of the 2016-2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan.



How to Use the ATP

Active Transportation Plan Story Map

Learn about how we created the ATP, ATP corridor and facility types, and explore an interactive map of data relevant to your active transportation planning needs.

Cost Estimator

We created this tool to help communities estimate the planning-level construction costs of active transportation facilities, such as bicycle lanes, multi-use paths, and sidewalks. These facilities are often constructed within road rights-of-way as part of a larger roadway project to address such concerns as motor vehicle congestion, safety, sub-base deterioration, underground utilities, etc. This tool provides a rough estimate of the additional costs associated with adding facilities for those who walk or ride bicycles or transit.

Download the Cost Estimator Tool to your desktop (it’s an Excel file), and then read the instructions which are provided below.

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