Active Transportation Corridors (ATCs) are safe and convenient routes for walking, biking, and other active modes. They include a variety of facility types, including protected bike lanes, multi-use pathways, and shared streets.
Protected bike lanes are spaces for people biking which are physically separated from vehicles and pedestrians by vertical and horizontal elements.
Two-way protected bike lanes are physically separated bike lanes that allow bicycle movement in both directions on one side of the road.
Multi-use pathways are shared facilities for people walking and biking.
Shared Spaces are streets or laneways designed to be shared by people walking, biking, and driving slowly, with no physical separation of modes.