Active Transportation Plan Standards
In conjunction with the Utah Department of Transportation, Wasatch Front Regional Council, and Mountainland Association of Governments, we have created a set of standards for what should be included in a comprehensive and effective active transportation plan. If your community is pursuing an active transportation either internally or with an external consultant, these standards will help in guiding both the process and the resulting document.
Active Transportation Plan Standards

CACHE COUNTY
Logan Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan

DAVIS COUNTY
Farmington Active Transportation Plan
Kaysville Active Transportation Plan

GRAND COUNTY
Grand County Non-Motorized Trails Master Plan

SALT LAKE COUNTY
Salt Lake County Active Transportation Implementation Plan
Cottonwood Heights Bicycle and Trails Master Plan
Draper Transportation Master Plan (pgs. 17, 63-65)

Riverton Active Transportation Plan
Salt Lake City Pedestrian & Bicycle Master Plan
South Salt Lake General Plan (pgs. 80-83)
University Of Utah Bicycle Master Plan
West Valley City Transportation Plan (pgs. 142-143)

SUMMIT COUNTY
Park City Trails Master Plan

UTAH COUNTY
American Fork Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan  American Fork Plan Maps
Eagle Mountain Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan
Lehi Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan  Lehi Plan Maps
Lindon Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan
Pleasant Grove Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan
Orem Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan
Provo Bicycle Master Plan
Saratoga Springs Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan
South Utah County Trail Plan (Elk Ridge, Mapleton, Payson, Salem, Santaquin, Spanish Fork, Springville, & Woodland Hills)

WASHINGTON COUNTY
Dixie Metropolitan Planning Organization Regional Active Transportation Plan
Ivins Bike Plan Map
St. George Active Transportation Plan

WEBER COUNTY
Ogden Bicycle Master Plan
Riverdale City Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan