Plans and Studies
City and Regional Plans
- Houston Bike Plan
- The Houston Bike Plan is a comprehensive update to the City’s Bikeway Plan, originally adopted in 1993. The Houston Bike Plan will help make Houston a safer, healthier, more bike-friendly city. The plan is anticipated to be complete in spring 2016.
- City of Houston Comprehensive Bikeway Plan (1993)
- The Houston Complete Street & Transportation Plan is a plan for Houston streets that are safer, accessible and convenient for motorists, public transit riders, pedestrians, bicyclists and users of all ages and abilities.
- H-GAC Regional Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan (2015)
- METRO Bike & Ride Access and Implementation Plan (2014)
- West Houston Trails Master Plan (2011)
- Fifth Ward Pedestrian and Bicyclist Special District Study (2011)
- Clear Lake Pedestrian and Bicyclist Study (2011)
- Montrose Pedestrian and Bicyclist Plan (2005)
- Gulfton Pedestrian & Bicyclist Special District Study (2005)
- Third Ward Pilot Project (2004)
- Livable Center Studies are plans to create walkable, mixed-use places that provide multimodal transportation options, improve environmental quality and promote economic development.
- City Mobility Planning is a framework for evaluating transportation issues in Houston and in its extra-territorial Jurisdiction (ETJ).
- Pedestrian Hybrid Beacons are a new type of traffic signal that provides a signalized pedestrian crossing at a mid-block location.
- TOUCAN (TwO GroUps CAN cross) is a signal system designed to provide a safe shared crossing for pedstrians and bicyclists.
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