Bicycle and Pedestrian
Towards A Regional Trail System
The OTO Board of Directors adopted Towards A Regional Trail System as its new regional trail plan in July 2021. This new plan lays out a vision for 45 by 45, or 45 miles of new trail by 2045. Regardless of where these 45 miles of new trail are built, existing gaps will be filled and communities will be connected. We will have something that can truly be called 'a regional trail system.'
OTO has an active Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning program, with guidance from the OTO Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee. OTO strives to maintain an inventory of bicycle and pedestrian facilities in the OTO region. This includes an annual review of new sidewalk construction and working with member jurisdictions to catalogue existing bike routes and trails.
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Latest NewsActive Transportation
Public Comment: Statement of Priorities
Tuesday, January 4, 2022
Public Comment: Ozarks Regional Bicycle Destination Plan
Monday, June 1, 2020
$1.6 Million Investment Spurs $3.4 Million Worth of Projects on the Region’s Greenway Trails
Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Funding for new bicycle and pedestrian trails 2019
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
For 2017, the Bicycle/Pedestrian Report was incorporated into the State of Transportation Report.