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Hike & Bike Trail Master Plan
2013 Update
On September 3, 2013, Sugar Land's City Council approved Ordinance No. 1921, adopting the Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan. Please click on the link below for more information.

Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan

2007 Master Plan
Because trails have been identified as a high priority in the city's Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan and are identified as an objective in the city's Comprehensive Plan, the Hike and Bike Trail Master Plan has been adopted. The master plan identifies off-street and on-street routes for utilization by bicyclists and pedestrians.

The main goal of the Hike and Bike Trail Master Plan is to plan a connected system of routes for pedestrians and bicyclists for exercise, recreation and mobility. The plan focuses on linking portions of the city together as well as connecting neighborhoods to parks, schools, libraries, shopping areas, and other areas of interest.

Community Input
The master plan is a culmination of input from many people including a citizen task force, residents, levee improvement districts, homeowners' associations, city staff, city Council and the Parks and Recreation Policy Advisory Board. The master plan features over 150 miles of on and off-street trails and sidewalks that may be implemented in phases over many years.

The plan was adopted by a unanimous vote of city Council on January 2, 2008.


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