Active and Public Transportation Planning

NRS pursues a variety of projects and programs that promote non-motorized transportation and recreation options along California’s north coast. We develop and implement projects to support regional and state governments, as well as residents and grassroots organizations in their efforts to solidify policies and infrastructure improvements that enable safe and equitable access to human-scale transportation and recreation opportunities. We facilitate numerous partnerships that encourage equitable access to goods, services, employment, education and recreation, and actively work to improve local opportunities to integrate and increase physical activity and healthy choices into daily routines.

Related Projects

The St. Joseph Health Community Partnership Fund aims to improve access to quality health care, food, shelter, and other aspects of social well-being for the most vulnerable in our communities.

The need for traffic calming along Freshwater Road has long been a concern of community residents and families with children attending Garfield School.

RCAA assisted the City of Eureka on a Caltrans' Sustainable Communities Grant application that was successfully awarded for multimodal transportation design, planning, and technical assistance to c

Pedestrian safety concerns in downtown Willow Creek led to the non-profit Mountain Community & Culture's application to Humboldt County's Measure Z funding program to assess pedestrian safety a

RCAA has been contracted to assist multiple jurisdictions within Humboldt County on Active Transportation Program (ATP) grant writing and the compilation of grant application materials for pedestri

RCAA is supporting community outreach and non-motorized transportation planning for the Arcata Annie & Mary Trail Connectivity Project.

NRS staff facilitated the 2014 Eureka Transportation Safety Summit at the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center on Thursday March 20, 2014.

RCAA has partnered with Trailhead Labs and Trillium Solutions to support the El Dorado County Transportation Commission in developing an online and print map of bicycle facilities, trail networks a

RCAA collaborated with Alta Planning + Design and GHD to support the Mendocino Council of Governments in developing a vision for a rail with trail along the Northwestern Pacific Railroad right-of-w

The Community Bike Kitchen provides community members access to tools, work space, knowledgeable mechanics, used bikes and bike parts – all through a small donation or by volunteering time in the b