Tuolumne County is a destination for recreational hiking and biking, containing portions of Yosemite National Park and Stanislaus National Forest as well as scenic and walkable gold rush-era towns. Green DOT has been contracted by the Tuolumne County Transportation Council (TCTC) to develop an Active Transportation Plan for the region which supports efforts to increase walking, bicycling and access to public transit. The goal of the Project is to improve opportunities to fund non-motorized transportation, create inter-connectivity between communities and access to public transportation within the Tuolumne County Transit service area. Green DOT will assess active transportation needs by creating a database and maps of the existing pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure in the County and identifying gaps in the sidewalk, bicycle route, and trails network. As part of the existing conditions analysis, pedestrian and bicyclist behavior will be assessed through bicycle and pedestrian field counts. Green DOT will then assist the TCTC in a public outreach campaign to solicit feedback from the community identifying where project needs are and will incorporate the publics’ desires in the prioritization methodology. Green DOT will develop priorities, goals, and objectives for the Plan and assist TCTC in prioritizing projects to prepare Tuolumne County for future funding opportunities. The Tuolumne Active Transportation Plan is scheduled to be adopted in May 2020.