The Cache County Trails and Active Transportation (CCTAT) Master Plan was awarded the silver status National Planning Achievement Award for Transportation Planning at the American Planning Association's (APA) annual conference Monday in San Francisco.
The plan's continued vision is to build an interconnected, safe and beautiful network of trails throughout Cache County, and CCTAT was one of 20 honorees from around the U.S. for their outstanding work in urban planing and design in the past year.
“This year’s award recipients demonstrate how planning helps create communities that offer access and opportunity for all,” explained 2019 awards jury chair Wendy Shabay. “Planning is vital to keep communities thriving and to ensure quality of life for residents.”
To view a list of awardees and learn more about the National Awards Program, visit the APA website at www.planning.org/awards/2019.