Active Transportation Plan

The City of Sun Prairie is working on a plan that will guide the City in building new bikeways, trails, and sidewalks. The purpose of the plan is to make walking, biking, and rolling in our city easier and safer, and ensure that new infrastructure is built in the areas that most need it.

Tell us what you think!

We are currently seeking input on draft recommendations in the plan. We've prepared two maps and survey poll to gather your input on the infrastructure recommendations:


The City of Sun Prairie, with assistance from Toole Design Group, is developing an Active Transportation Plan to foster an innovative and effective strategy for making bicycle and pedestrian travel an easy, convenient, enjoyable, and effective way to travel to, from, and throughout Sun Prairie. The need and level of interest in both bicycling and walking as a form of transportation and recreation has grown, especially since the onset of the Pandemic, necessitating a dedicated, detailed plan and strategy. Policies and recommendations in the City's Comprehensive Plan alone are not adequate to guide the grown of Sun Prairie's active transportation network, which has 25 miles of on-street bike lanes and 64 miles of off-street, multi-use trails.

To be subscribed for updates on the Active Transportation Plan or for questions regarding the plan, please contact Alexander Brown, Sun Prairie Transportation Coordinator, at or (608) 825-0859.