Active Transportation Plan (ATP)

 Active Transportation Grant Program

The City is applying for an Active Transportation Program grant from the California Transportation Commission to fund a consolidated project that includes multiple segments of the Bicycle Multimodal Network proposed in the City’s ATP. This bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure project will provide a combination of buffered bike lanes, multi-use trail, roundabouts and more along Third St, The Alameda, and San Juan Hollister Road from Trailside to Copperleaf Lane. This project is crucial to alleviating traffic and creating a more active and sustainable community within San Juan Bautista, but we need your help! 

We need to hear from you, the people who live in and love this City, to shape this project and ensure it delivers what the community needs. We have developed a survey and interactive map to gather public feedback that will be incorporated into the planning of the project (and assigning it a project title)! These tools can be accessed on this webpage below, or by visiting Responses will be collected until May 22, 2024. 

 What is the San Juan Bautista Active Transportation and Community Connectivity Plan?

The City of San Juan Bautista received a Caltrans Sustainable Communities Planning Grant to develop an Active Transportation and Community Connectivity Plan that builds on the initial trail, bicycle, and pedestrian improvements in the City’s draft Parks Master Plan. This plan will include an intensive participatory planning effort to help identify priority projects to make the streets safer and more active, and improve trails and connections to historical resources and other destinations in San Juan Bautista. Short-term and Long-term projects will be identified that can be implemented through maintenance and capital improvement projects and the state Active Transportation Program. 

What are the Goals of the Active Transportation and Community Connectivity Plan?

  • Engage community members to identify needs and priorities
  • Build on recent planning efforts to provide affordable mobility options and improvements that support active modes of transportation
  • Recommend improvements to provide a complete and coherent network 
  • Develop conceptual plans for streets, public spaces, and development opportunity sites
  • Identify short-term and long-term infrastructure projects and potential funding opportunities to empower the City to begin implementation

Document Center

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APPROVED San Juan Bautista Active Transportation and Community Connectivity Plan — Released February, 2023


January 31, 2023 City Council and Planning Commission Joint Hybrid Workshop Presentation

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January 31, 2023 City Council and Planning Commission Joint Hybrid Workshop.

View Zoom Recording of Workshop here


Project Advisory Group September 15, 2022 Meeting 

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San Juan Bautista Active Transportation Plan Existing Conditions Summary – 053122

What is the timeline for the project?

  • January—April 2022
    • Existing Condition Analysis
    • Advisory Group Meeting #1
  • May—June 2022
    • Advisory Group Meeting #2
    • Community Outreach
    • Design Charrette
  • July—November 2022
    • Draft Plan Development
    • Advisory Group Meeting #3
    • Goals and Draft Recommendations Workshop
  • November 2022—February 2023
    • Draft Plan Community Meeting
    • Final Plan Development
    • Presentation to City Council

How can I get involved?

Share your thoughts online. Participate in community events to let your voice be heard. Signup to receive updates on the project and be notified about upcoming events. 

For more details about this project, you can contact Brian Foucht at the City of San Juan Bautista at 831-623-4661 x20 or