The City of Eugene has created a Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan aimed at making Eugene an excellent place to walk and bicycle, reducing overall carbon emissions, and increasing the number of residents who walk and bike.

This plan will serve as the pedestrian and bicycle chapter of the city’s Transportation System Plan (TSP), which is currently being updated. The Eugene Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan worked closely with the public and local agencies to create a clear vision for improving walking and bicycling conditions in the city.

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Eugene Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan

March 7, 2012 - The final Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan is complete (PDF, 8.34MB). The final plan incorporates comments from the public and local decision makers and will be incorporated into the Eugene Transportation System Plan (TSP).  

The final plan was accepted by Eugene City Council on March 12, 2012. 

Watch a video about the new cycletrack on 13th and Alder (by czatron78 on YouTube).