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Pedestrian & Bicycle Master Plan

Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan Adopted
On September 3, 2013, Sugar Land's City Council approved Ordinance No. 1921, adopting the Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan.

The Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan identifies a citywide network of pedestrian and bicycle facilities and accompanying support programs. The 2013 Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan replaces the 2007 Hike and Bike Trails Master Plan and expands the planned recreational network to focus on both recreational and non-recreational trips. The Plan incorporates guidance from established City policy, including the 2007 Hike and Bike Trails Master Plan, Comprehensive Plan (2012), Master Thoroughfare Plan (2012), and Comprehensive Mobility Plan (2011).

Additionally, the Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan incorporates extensive public input received throughout the planning process, including direction from a citizen-member Pedestrian and Bicycle Task Force.

Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan (Adopted September 3, 2013)

 Pedestrian and Bicycle - Cover Image Executive Summary
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Background & Existing Conditions
Chapter 3: Facility Standards
Chapter 4: Network Recommendations
Chapter 5: Support Program Recommendations
Chapter 6: Implementation Strategy
Appendix



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