|Inyo County Local Transportation Commission|
Regional Transportation Improvement Program
Active Transportation Plan
Relevant Documents and Studies
Assembly Bill 628 Implementation Update
IInyo County Active Transportation Plan
The 2015 Active Transportation Program Plan includes:
The goal of this plan is to make local government entities competitive to apply for Active Transportation Program grant funds.
An Initial Study and Proposed Negative Declaration for the Active Transportation Plan was released for public review and comment. The Inyo County LTC approved the environmental document and adopted the Final Plan at their April 20, 2016 meeting in Independence. The Final Plan can be viewed by following links in the table below.
The Bicycle Transportation Account has been made part of the Statewide Active Transportation Program. The Active Transportation Program plan combined several programs including the old Transportation Enhancement Program.
Active Transportation Program Call for Projects
In 2015, the City of Bishop applied for a Spruce Yaney Hanby sidewalk improvement project and the County applied for a Town to Tract Bicyle Route project to install bicycle lanes on Reynolds Road, County Road, School Street, and Baker Creek Road. The City application was successful whil the County's was not.
In 2018 both the City and County applied for new projects. The County was awarded the Lone Pine Sidewalk and ADA grant. The City of Bishop applications were not successful
The County and City were able to program several bicycle and pedestrian projects through the former Transportation Enhancement program. The City was able to construct the Pine to Park Path and the County was able to complete a Sunland Drive bicycle lanes project. The County is proceeding with Ed Powers Bicycle lanes project. Caltrans is working toward the implementation of a West Line Street sidewalk project that was primarily funded using TE funds.