M-11 Pedestrian Master Plan

The City shall develop, adopt, and implement a Pedestrian Master Plan that includes a planned sidewalk system, pedestrian design standards, and implementation program. As part of the preparation of the Pedestrian Master Plan, the City shall review and incorporate (as appropriate) planned improvements and programs identified in the Alameda Countywide Pedestrian Plan that connect Hayward’s existing and planned pedestrian facilities to regional walking and bicycle facilities.  The Pedestrian Master Plan shall include a Safe Routes to Schools Plan, an ADA Transition Plan, and strategies to improve pedestrian connections to parks, transit, and neighborhood commercial, and service uses. 

Responsible Department(s):
Public Works – Engineering and Transportation
Supporting Department(s)/Partner(s):
Development Services, Hayward Unified School District, Public Works – Utilities and Environmental Services
Program Type(s):
City Master Plans, Strategies, and Programs (MPSP)
Implements These Policy(ies):
Funding Source(s):
General Fund, Grants

Program Status:
Not Started
In Progress

The Pedestrian Master Plan was adopted in 2020 and can be found on the City's website.  For more information, please contact the Public Works Traffic Engineering Division at 510-583-4730.