Active Transportation-FUTS Master Plans

The City of Flagstaff is working on an Active Transportation Master Plan and Flagstaff Urban Trails (FUTS) Master Plan to serve as detailed guides to enhance walking, biking, and trails in Flagstaff.

Walking and biking are important to Flagstaff.  These master plans will make specific recommendations for strategies, actions, projects, and programs to improve the pedestrian and bicycle environment and implement the goals and policies of the Flagstaff Regional Plan 2030 regarding walking, biking, and trails.

There are a number of benefits to having an active transportation and FUTS master plans in place:

  • Provides a detailed framework to make Flagstaff more walk and bike-friendly
  • Positions the City to take advantage of grants, transportation tax dollars, and other sources of funding as opportunities become available
  • Helps ensure that walking, biking, and trails are accommodated in new development and new capital projects

Process and public engagement plan


This document describes the process for preparation and adoption of the master plans, and outlines how the community and stakeholders will be engaged as part of the process. Significant public engagement and background research has already been conducted in support of the master plans, and additional opportunities are planned. Scroll to the bottom of this page for opportunities to get involved and stay engaged. 

Interactive maps


Click any of the links below to open a series of interactive maps that show potential new facilities for walking and biking, as well as methodologies for setting priorities and recommendations for their implementation. The Active Transportation Master Plan interactive map depicts sidewalks, bike lanes, FUTS trails, at-grade crossings, grade-separated crossings, bikeways network, bike parking, ped-bikeways, and neighborhood connectors.


 Prefer more traditional maps? PDF versions of the maps can be downloaded from the list below: 

Working papers



Public surveys  


How to get involved...



There are a variety of ways to stay current and participate in this process:



Staff contact

Martin Ince
Multimodal Transportation Planner
(928) 213-2685