Shasta ATP Cycle 5 Projects

AdobeStock_71262753SRTA worked with local agencies to seek state funding from the competitive Active Transportation Program Cycle 5 in September, 2020 in the hope of constructing new, transformative walking and biking corridors to major destinations in the Shasta Region.  If funded, the high quality pedestrian and bicycle facilities will provide low-cost mobility options and create healthy, appealing, competitive alternatives to driving. The projects represent the implementation phase of the GoShasta Regional Active Transportation Plan and the City of Redding Active Transportation Plan, and nurture the growth of healthy, vibrant, sustainable, people-centered communities in the Shasta Region.

SRTA hired a consultant to assist with the development of public outreach materials and conceptual drawings for many of the projects.  Here is a report on those projects.

Sustainable Shasta Report

Appendix A:  Cottonwood Lasso Loop Plans and Cost Estimate

Appendix B:  West Cottonwood School Connector Plans and Cost Estimate

Appendix C:  CATTLE Network Plans and Cost Estimate

Appendix D: Ashby-to-Downtown Plans and Cost Estimate 

Appendix E: NRATTL Plans and Cost Estimate