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What is an

Active Transportation Plan?

An Active Transportation Plan (ATP) is a roadmap for improving any form of travel powered by the human body such as using a wheelchair, walking, bicycling, scootering, skateboarding, or roller-blading.




Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC), Weber County, Hooper,

Marriot-Slaterville, Plain City, Roy, and West Haven are collaborating to prepare the Western Weber Active Transportation Plan (WWATP).

The WWATP will identify improvements and facilities that, upon implementation, promote active transportation by increasing access to

non-motorized trail systems. 

Identify how existing trails can be connected within and between communities. 


Identify key improvements throughout Western Weber County to enhance opportunities for commuting, access to commercial areas, and recreation. 

Study Area:

The study area encompasses unincorporated Western Weber County, along with Hooper, Marriot-Slaterville, Plain City, Roy, and West Haven.

Active Transportation Plan Considerations:

All active transportation planning efforts undertaken involve partners such as the Utah Department of Transportation; Utah Transit Authority; WFRC member counties and cities; state and local health departments; and state and local advocacy groups.

This plan meets ATP standards set by WFRC. 

Learn more about WFRC standards here. 

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