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The state’s first Active Transportation Plan since 1995 explores the needs of people who walk, cycle, use mobility assistance devices, scoot, and more. In addition to the Plan, several toolkits and resources that complement the Plan and advance the needs of active transportation in local communities are available.




Kansas Active Transportation Plan (ATP) Toolkits
  • Pedestrian and Bicycle Accommodations on Bridges – COMING SOON!


Walk, Bike, Roll Kansas Virtual Series and Summit – Mark Your Calendars!
  • Virtual Series #1 – May 24th at 2pm: Meet KATE: Supporting Active Transportation at the State and Local Level. Slides, Q&A, Recording.
  • Virtual Series #3 – July 26th at 2pm: Active Transportation Demonstration Projects 101, Slides, Q&A, Recording
  • Virtual Series #4 – August 23rd at 2pm: Active Transportation Planning Toolkit, Slides, Q&A, and Recording


Other Kansas Active Transportation Plan Resources:
  • Active Transportation Stories Map - How Kansans Get Around Their Communities


  
 
 

ATP Video Series:

Kansas Stories:

Active Transportation is Fun

Active Transportation is Impactful

Active Transportation is Freedom

Active Transportation is Practical

ATPIsLife


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For More Information

Info sheet (en español)
KansasATP Facebook Page
KDOT Bicycle and Pedestrian Home Page
Kansas Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan 1995

Public Engagement Meetings – February 2021 - Recording and Meeting Summary

Public Engagement Meetings - June 15, 2021 - Recording andMeeting Summary


Jenny Kramer, Active Transportation Manager
785-296-5186; jenny.kramer@ks.gov  

Matt Messina, Bureau Chief, Multimodal Transportation
785-296-7448; matthew.messina@ks.gov