MoveEUG: Active Transportation Strategy
Planning for the Future
Eugene is a place where walking and biking are integral to the community’s culture, where the city’s livability, independence, economic prosperity and overall quality of life are enhanced by more people walking and biking, and where these modes of transportation are safe, convenient and practical options for everyone.
The purpose of the MoveEUG Active Transportation Strategy is to identify a strategy for:
What type of plan is it?
The MoveEUG Active Transportation Strategy is not a capital improvement or regulatory plan and will not be adopted as policy by City Council. It will be adopted administratively and serves as a guide for City staff, community members, and organizations to use as we work toward a common vision.
How will the plan be used?
The plan has 63 specific, assignable actions for implementing the goals. The actions are broken into five strategies relating to the “Six E’s”: Education, Encouragement, Enforcement, Engineering, Evaluation & Planning and Equity (Equity does not have its own strategy but is included in each of the five other strategy sections).
To help guide the implementation of the plan, City staff, the Active Transportation Committee, and the community have prioritized the actions into short term (1-2 years), mid-term (3-5 years), long term (5+ years) and continuous/ongoing.
The actions in the plan will be used to:
- Guide City of Eugene Transportation Team staff, other City staff, divisions and department, and the Active Transportation Committee in their work to make Eugene more walkable and bikeable; and
- Involve the community in a concerted, structured effort to improve the experience of walking and biking in Eugene; and
- Help coordinate the activities and programs of many different organizations, non-profit agencies, and government agencies that promote walking and biking in Eugene.
To read more about the vision, goals, and specific actions of the plan, download the MoveEUG Active Transportation Strategy, or see the annual reports below.
Goal 1 - Foster and develop a community culture supportive of walking and biking as important modes of transportation and recreation.
Goal 2 - Increase the share of trips people make by walking and biking for transportation and recreation.
Goal 3 - Increase safety and perception of safety for people who use active transportation.
Goal 4 - Create accessible, efficient and convenient facilities for people who walk and bike to travel to the places where they live, work, and play.
Goal 5 - Build productive partnerships and obtain stable and diverse resources to implement and promote the plan.
Our annual Active Transportation Report provides a comprehensive overview of accomplishments through 2015 and 2016. This report includes a listing of the projects and programs implemented throughout 2015 and 2016, along with major projects and milestones from 2010 until present.
The Active Transportation network in Eugene is constantly growing due to efforts from the City and the community. This first annual report is a way for the community to reference what has been accomplished in an organized format using the “Five E’s”:
Our annual Active Transportation Report provides a comprehensive overview of accomplishments through 2017. This report includes a listing of the projects and programs implemented along with major projects and milestones from the previous year.
The active transportation network in Eugene is constantly growing due to efforts from the City and the community. This second annual report is a way for the community to reference what has been accomplished in an organized format relating to the “Six E’s”:
• Equity (Equity does not have its own strategy but is
included in each of the five other strategy sections)