CATSIP “Laws, Plans, and Policies” Page Update

April 21, 2020

CATSIP’s Laws, Plans, and Policies page has been updated with a new list of resources!

Screen Capture of Plans Page

The CATSIP Laws, Plans, and Policies pages are one of the most visited pages on this site. This section of CATSIP holds important information on significant laws, master plans, and policies that can be referenced to promote safe and active transportation throughout California. We hope that the updated pages can continue to be used as a valuable reference. Here’s where the most recent updates can be found:


  • The California Vehicle Code page now includes “Information for Micromobility Users” and “Information on Micromobility Providers”


The Plans page has seen a complete makeover with new Master Plans by County, Master Plans by City, and Complete Streets Policies. Master Plans are now organized by County and by City. Each page is organized in a Google Spreadsheet for easy viewing. Take advantage of the filter function within Google Spreadsheets to easily reach the information you need. 

  • Master Plans by County includes all 58 California counties as well as a handful of regional jurisdictions. The spreadsheet includes County Pedestrian Plans, County Bicycle Plans, County Active Transportation Plans, and Regional Transportation / Sustainable Communities Strategy Plans. 

  • Master Plans by City includes 154 cities throughout California that were found by the CATSIP Team. The spreadsheet includes City Pedestrian Plans, City Bicycle Plans, and City Active Transportation Plans. 

  • Complete Streets Policies is new to CATSIP. In the spreadsheet is a list of Complete Streets Policies that is required by all California cities and counties as per the California Complete Streets Act of 2008. 

Please note that this section is continuously being updated and does not reflect a complete listing. Do you know of a master plan or complete streets policy we can add to the list? Please let us know at

Any omission of plans from this list does not constitute evidence that a jurisdiction has not completed such a plan. For the most up to date information on these plans, please consult your local transportation agency or the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).