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Active Transportation Plan

The Rim of the World Active Transportation Plan (Rim ATP) is the product of a grassroots community driven effort.

Three members of the community, Bruce Daniels, Ken Witte, and Sue Walker, collaborated on an Active Transportation Program planning grant application, which funded production of this plan. Advocates of walking, bicycling, and horseback riding in the Rim of the World community recognize that these activities are part of active lifestyles and an opportunity for economic development. They also recognize that walking and bicycling are a means of transportation. By developing a proposed system for pedestrian, bicycle, and equestrian facilities, the Rim of the World Recreation and Park District, community stakeholders, and other partner organizations will provide residents and visitors with a plan for facilities that connect villages, points of recreation, transit hubs, schools, and job centers. Due to the areas covered by the Rim ATP, this plan includes on and off-street paved facilities, along with unpaved multipurpose trails.

The planning has been completed and a final draft was submitted to the county of San Bernardino. The Rim of the World Recreation and Park District's role in the use of this planning grant was to help facilitate community meetings, workshops, and act as the representing organization to receive public feedback on proposed ideas. The Park District was never granted any funds.  

For more information, we have posted the public Fact Sheet and a link to download the FINAL DRAFT of the plan. 

Download the FINAL DRAFT of the Rim of the World Active Transportation Plan
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Fact Sheet that was used to inform the community of the Active Transporation Plan. 
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