Regional Pedestrian Plan

The Indianapolis MPO plans for all types of transportation, including walking. This plan will set regional priorities for walkway investments within Central Indiana. The Regional Pedestrian Plan will build on the previous pedestrian planning efforts of counties and communities throughout the region. With your help, we want to make Central Indiana a safer and easier place to walk.

Approval Draft

A public hearing will be held during the February 19th IRTC Policy Committee meeting, where the committee will consider the plan's approval.

Project Milestones

  • Winter 2018-2019 Inventory of Existing Resources
  • Spring 2019 Data Collection & Input
  • Summer 2019 New Improvements & Priorities
  • Fall/Winter 2019 Draft Plan and Project Rankings
  • Spring 2020 Final Plan (In Progress)

Project Information

Below are a few sources of information about the project. Feel free to review them, share with your friends, and send any questions or comments you have to

Frequently Asked Questions Sheet
Rack Card (smaller info sheet)

Public Survey #1

From November - December 2018 we asked you to let us know your preferences and concerns regarding sidewalks, trails, and other pathways in your communities. This was only the first of your opportunities to provide input into this plan.

Public Survey #1 Results

Public Input & Survey #2

We conducted a survey for the Regional Pedestrian Plan update from May 1 - June 21, 2019. We also posted a video about the project and held a live Q&A session on Facebook in mid-May. The survey is now closed while we work to produce a summary, but you can still check out the videos on facebook!

Review the mid-May online public meeting

Project Videos

Watch our informational videos to learn more about the regional pedestrian plan.

Regional Pedestrian Plan Video Playlist

Public Input - Draft Plan

The draft version of the Regional Pedestrian Plan was open for public review from January 6th - 22nd.