CA Active Transportation Safety Information Pages (CATSIP)

CA ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION SAFETY INFORMATION PAGES (CATSIP)

The California Active Transportation Safety Information Pages is a website intended to provide a single, comprehensive, California-centric online destination for authoritative, evidence-based information on practices, methods, and resources to support efforts to improve the safety, efficiency, and attractiveness of pedestrian, bicycle, and other types of non-motor-vehicle travel.

View the site to see the latest and most useful online resources to encourage and promote safety for pedestrians, bicyclists, and other non-motorized road users in California. Funding for this program was provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

CATSIP Website

FEATURES

DESCRIPTIONS

Blog

Provides the latest news and updates on ATP guidelines, CA Strategic Highway Safety Plan, Pedestrian and Bicycle Assessments, upcoming car-free events, Pedestrian and Bicycle workshops, and conferences

Walk and Bike Safer

List of advocate groups whose main focus is emphasis on safety- pedestrian safety, bicycle safety and walk and biking safety

Walk and Bike More

List of advocate groups that encourage walking more, biking more and walking and biking more

Resources

12 main tabs highlighting pedestrian and bike programs, active transportation guidelines, CA Bicycle Friendly Communities, CoA Walk Friendly Communities, Crash Data, Counting Pedestrian and Bicyclists, Funding Opportunities, List of local bicycle and pedestrian advisory committees, AASHTO Bicycle Facilities guide, NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide

Law and Policies

8 Main Tabs providing California legislation, California Vehicle Code, CalTrans policies, California DMV safety tips, MUTCD, and Vulnerable Road Users Laws

Master Plans

3 Main tabs listing city/county-level Pedestrian Master Plans, Bicycle Master Plans, and Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plans all throughout California. This extensive list also provides updates in upcoming Master Plans.