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Alta Planning + Design creates active communities where bicycling and walking are safe, healthy, fun, and normal daily activities.

Alta's Services

  • Planning

    Developing implementable plans for your active community

  • Design and Engineering

    Leading innovative bikeway and pedestrian facility design and construction

  • Complete Streets

    Safe, accessible, and green streets for all users

  • Greenways

    Creating trails, parks, and green spaces for recreation and transportation

  • Education and Encouragement

    Reaching people, transforming behavior

  • Bike Share

    Determining how bike share can work in your community

Our People Make the Difference

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" My time with the planners and designers and staff at Alta reinforces my feelings that community is one of the most valuable things to be preserved and promoted. Giving people the facilities to bike and walk keeps them connected to the space they occupy. It fosters personal relationships, allows independent businesses to thrive, and creates a kind of self-sufficiency within a neighborhood or town. I’m proud to support the people who make these places, and grateful for their commitment to community.…"

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  • News + Events

    • Mia Birk presenting at the Active Transportation and Health Summit, Salt Lake City, August 19th

      Join Alta President, Mia Birk at the Active Transportation and Health Summit in Salt Lake City on August 19th. Rice-Eccles Stadium 451 S. 1400 East Read More

    • Blog Alert – The murky truth behind sidewalk bicycle laws

      Alta Planner Chris Kidd enlightens us on the murky truth behind sidewalk bicycle laws Read More

    • Florida House Backs Senate’s Coast-To-Coast Bike Trail Plan

      Alta’s Florida Coast-to-Coast Connector project is on the verge of getting $15.5M in next year’s state budget! Read more:  Read More

    • Seattle Bicycle Master Plan Update Unanimously Approved

      While many people in Seattle currently ride bicycles, the Seattle Bicycle Master Plan Update aspires to encourage and accommodate even more people to ride a Read More

    • Illinois Bike Transportation Plan Released

      The first-ever Illinois Bike Plan has been released! This is the first state-wide bicycle plan in Illinois history and provides the Department with policies, best Read More

    Thought Leadership + Resources

    • Safe Routes to School Best Practices White Paper

      This white paper by Alta Planning + Design documents education best practices in Safe Routes to School programs Safe Routes to School Read More

    • Cycle Tracks: Lessons Learned, 2009

      Alta's Cycle Tracks: Lessons Learned document describes the lessons learned from the European experience with cycle tracks, including implementation, safety concerns and design features of Read More

    • Creating Walkable + Bikeable Communities: A user guide to developing pedestrian and bicycle master plans (2012, Alta, PSU/IBPI, Collin Roughton)

      This guidebook is intended to serve as a guide for planners, engineers and elected officials who will be producing a new or updated bicycle and/or Read More

    • FHWA Rails-with-Trails: Lessons Learned

      This report offers conclusions about the lessons learned in the development, construction, and operation of "rails-with-trails" so that railroad companies, trail developers, and others can Read More

    • NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide

      The purpose of the NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide (part of the Cities for Cycling initiative) is to provide cities with state-of-the-practice solutions that can Read More

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