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Active Transportation

Active Transportation

The Active Transportation Community of Interest (AT COI) is a broad and inclusive partnership of many individuals and organizations interested in improving the health of the watershed’s people, environment, and economy. Our mission is to increase access to safe, healthy, and affordable active transportation options for people throughout the Watershed by:

  • Educating local policymakers, community leaders, and the public on the intersections between health, equity, and active transportation.
  • Working collaboratively to develop and maintain a system of trails, sidewalks, bike lanes and more that connect all of the Puyallup River watershed’s public spaces.
  • Supporting community events and programs that seek to make active transportation part of daily life.

We strive to create a sense of community. We hope you’ll join us!

Click here to learn more about our partners, strategies, and opportunities to get involved in our work!


Tahoma to Tacoma trail network

Tahoma to Tacoma Trail Network

The AT COI is working to build the regional trail network, which will include a 62.5-mile trail connecting Point Defiance Park to Mount Rainier.

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Young boy fixing his bike

Safe Routes to School in Tacoma

Learn how we are working to establish a comprehensive Safe Routes to School program at all Tacoma schools by 2020.

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Man getting ready for a bike ride

Planning and Policy Work

Building community capacity for involvement in active transportation planning and policy making.

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