Residents Encouraged to Share Feedback for Santa Clarita Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan

Post Date:04/03/2019 4:31 PM



The City’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan Survey and Input Map is Open until July

            Did you know that the City of Santa Clarita has 93.8 miles of trails and bike paths? When was the last time you rode, walked or wheeled on one of the trails?  Would adding more trail connections to public transportation options increase your use of buses and trains? These are the types of questions the City is hoping to answer through a short survey and public input map for their Santa Clarita Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan. The just-released survey and map is being conducted by the City to help develop a clear vision for the future design and implementation of bicycle and pedestrian facilities, paseos and trails within the City. You’re invited to provide feedback online by visiting The survey and map are also available in Spanish and will be available until July. 

“We’re asking everyone in our community to share their thoughts on what we can do to improve mobility in Santa Clarita. The ultimate goal of the Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan is to make improvements, such as adding trail connections or more facilities, that will encourage more people to bike, walk, wheel or take public transportation within the City for everyday needs,” says Tom Reilly, Trails and Bikeways Planning Administrator. “As a City, we’ve already made some great strides to provide more accessible bikeways, trails and paseos, but the survey will allow us to get direct feedback from residents on what it would take to motivate them to bike or walk instead of taking a car.” 

The City’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan will receive funds for improvements through Measure M, a countywide sales tax measure passed in 2016, dedicated to active transportation.

For more information on the Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan survey and input map, please contact City of Santa Clarita Trails and Bikeways Planning Administrator Tom Reilly at (661)255-4394, or by email at

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