The City of Redlands Sustainable Mobility Plan (SMP) is our City’s effort to promote citywide walking, biking, and transit connections for all residents, including communities that currently have limited access and choices. The SMP will outline a strategy that includes balancing street design for use by people, cars, cyclists, children, seniors, and bus/rail users.
The Sustainable Mobility Plan will coordinate with other City plans such as the Bicycle Master Plan, the Orange Blossom Trail Plan, related work completed on the draft Transit Villages Specific Plan, and will help to implement the environmental goals in the Climate Action Plan. The team preparing the Sustainable Mobility Plan is also coordinating with San Bernardino County Transportation Agency to consider their draft Transit Rail Stations Accessibility Plan, as well as with Omnitrans.
The SMP is funded by the Sustainable Planning Grant provided by the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG).
Please explore this website to learn more about the SMP, use the interactive map to highlight preferred routes and barriers, and take our survey to help us understand your vision for sustainable mobility in Redlands.
|May – Oct.|
|Existing Conditions and Needs Assessment|
|July – Oct.|
Community Outreach and Virtual Workshops
|Sept. – Dec.|
|Mobility Network Development|
|Jan. – Mar.|
|Draft Sustainable Mobility Plan|
|Mar. – Apr.|
|Final Sustainable Mobility Plan|
The City welcomes you to collaborate in the planning process by sharing your transportation experiences and ideas for improving sustainable mobility throughout Redlands. Here are the ways you can help shape the plan:
Public Input Map
Help identify locations for improvement
Attend a community event
Leave a written comment
While the Sustainable Mobility Plan is in development, the project team will be hosting community events to gather information and ask your opinions about pedestrian improvements, planned bicycle facilities, public transportation, and access in Redlands. Planned events will be listed on this website and shared through the City’s social media platforms.
We encourage you to use the walk audit tools and share what you would like to see at these locations. You may do so either with these walk audit tools, or the interactive mapping tool. Complete these by October 31st.
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Active Transportation Counting Workshop
The City is recruiting Community Based Organizations and volunteers to conduct bicycle and pedestrian counts at strategic locations throughout Redlands in order to develop a more nuanced understanding of existing active transportation patterns. Count data captured will be incorporated into the SMP, helping with the identification of routes, project prioritization, and securing competitive implementation funding.
If you are interested in volunteering your time, attending the workshop and assisting with counts, please email RedlandsMobility@Altaplanning.com.
Sign up here to receive email notifications of upcoming events and plan updates!
If you have questions or comments about the project, please share them with us. Project staff check website feedback weekly and will respond to you shortly. You may also contact us directly by emailing RedlandsMobility@altaplanning.com.