Dayton’s Active Transportation Plan is in the Implementation Stage – Dayton Daily News
Dayton approved a new Active Transportation Plan last month, and city staff say that means it’s now time to move into implementation mode.
The city’s planning division is working to reconvene a group of internal and external partners who make up the Bike.Walk.Ride committee, according to Susan Vincent, a city planner.
The group will be the “champions” of the Active Transportation Plan, and members will help establish an annual work plan based on the document’s recommendations, Vincent said.
Recommendations include education, programs and policies that support people who rely on the community’s transit and mobility networks, she said.
The plan seeks to encourage people to choose to leave their cars at home, Vincent said.