PennDOT seeks input on update of bicycle, pedestrian plan

PENNSYLVANIA — The Department of Transportation Tuesday announced it has begun the process of updating the Statewide Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan and is inviting the public to weigh in through an online survey.

The plan, last updated in 2007, will outline a vision and framework for improving conditions for walking and bicycling across Pennsylvania, especially for those Pennsylvanians who walk and bicycle out of necessity rather than for leisure and recreation. 

Over the next 18 months, PennDOT will use the project website ( to provide information on the department’s progress. The community survey also will be accessible on the website and will play a critical role in understanding the current issues and challenges facing people who walk and bike across Pennsylvania.

Once completed, the PA Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan will be a resource for Municipal Planning Organizations, Regional Planning Organizations, and municipalities throughout Pennsylvania, providing guidance to local governments on best practices for developing and implementing regional and local bicycle and pedestrian plans.


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