City of West Sacramento Bicycle, Pedestrian & Trails Master Plan
The 2018 Bicycle, Trails & Pedestrian Master Plan was adopted by City Council on July 18, 2018.
West Sacramento strives to provide well-designed and maintained facilities that promote public use and foster cycling and walking as viable and preferred modes of transportation.
The purpose of updating the 2013 Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Trails Master Plan (BPTMP) was to lay out a renewed vision of connected bikeways, walkways, and trails that link together neighborhoods, places of employment, shopping centers, parks, and schools.
Biking and walking are low-cost, non-polluting, healthy, fun and sustainable forms of transportation that are ideal for many people and types of trips. The BPTMP update seeks to build awareness and support for a shared roadway with equal use by bicyclists, pedestrians and drivers. The ultimate goal of the BPTMP is to increase the number of people in West Sacramento who choose to bike or walk to work, school, errands or recreation.