Active Transportation Plan

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The Active Transportation Plan is complete! This is the City’s plan for improving safety and accessibility for pedestrians, cyclists, and transit riders. To start reading the plan, please click the links below to download it!

Executive Summary - 10 mb

Final Plan (8.5 x 11 format) - 75 mb

Final Plan (11 x 17 format) - 75 mb

Final Plan Appendices - 30 mb


The City of Rochester has kicked off its Active Transportation Plan. If you are interested in getting involved, please email the City's project manager.

The Rochester Active Transportation Plan (Roc ATP) is an initiative to make Rochester streets safer and more accessible for people who walk, ride bikes, and/or take public transportation. 

This project centers equity by engaging and uplifting the voices of people who live and work in Rochester’s most misrepresented communities. This project kicked off during the summer of 2022 and will be complete by the summer of 2023.



Project Documents and Related Initiatives

Rochester ATP Existing Conditions Report

The Rochester ATP Existing Conditions Report highlights past work that the Roc ATP will build from, establishes baseline conditions throughout the City, and clarifies a focus for the plan rooted in equity and community voices. 

Click here to access the full report.

Project Advisory Committee (PAC) Presentations and Notes

Presentations, materials, recordings, and minutes from Project Advisory Committee (PAC) Meetings are linked below:

Final Plan Documents



Related Plans and Projects

This project will build off recent projects and planning initiatives that the City of Rochester has completed. Learn about other active transportation projects in Rochester:

Meet the Neighborhood Consultants

The Neighborhood Consultants are a coalition of 10 Rochester community members selected to be a representative snapshot of community stakeholders, who are meeting throughout the project to help shape priorities and recommendations.

  • Anderson Allen, Wellness/Youth Advocacy
  • Matt Drouin, Real Estate Professional
  • Melanie Funchess, Mental Health Professional
  • Brittan Hardgers, Trans/BIPOC/LGTBQ+ Advocate
  • Pamela Kim, Advocacy for New Americans
  • Dr. Jim Maddison, Rochester Skate Park
  • Eddie Smith, Disability Rights and Advocacy
  • Joseph Soto, Latino Advocate
  • Danielle Walters & Jay Marie, Parent/Student Team
  • Jess Whitehouse, ASL Interpreter


Past Events

Throughout the summer of 2022, the project team attended community events around Rochester to hear about residents’ concerns and priorities. A list of all the events attended by the project team is provided below.