standard-title Bicycle/Pedestrian


Richland County Active Transportation Plan

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The Active Transportation Plan seeks to create a regional document that: guides and identifies necessary bicycle and pedestrian projects throughout the County; provides guidance on developing programs that educate and encourage residents to walk and bike as healthy, enjoyable and efficient transportation choices; focuses on ways to improve, expand and connect existing bicycle, pedestrian and transit networks.

Bike Lanes / Shared Lanes

Mansfield has 5.7 miles of designated marked bike route signs and sharrows on Walnut, W. 6th, Rowland, Elmwood, Linden, Arlington, Parkview, Bartley, Cline, Wilmar,  and Mulberry streets. The city loop connects with the Richland B&O Trail at North Lake Park.

Mansfield Bike Look Map

Pedestrian Facilities

Sidewalks are a key component to a balanced transportation system. They provide connectivity in neighborhoods and to transit stops, recreation, shopping, and employment. They also promote walking as an alternative to driving for short distances. RCRPC is currently working on developing an inventory of sidewalk conditions and pedestrian/bicyclist facilities. The sidewalk inventory shows where existing sidewalks are located, condition of that facility, and critical gaps in coverage.

Click here to access the Sidewalk Inventory webmap application.

Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) 

TAP Policy TAP Appendix