School Mobility & Active Transportation Plans

The School Mobility & Active Transportation Plans were developed to help identify school-related mobility needs and solutions that will encourage active transportation for students within the El Monte Union High School District. These Plans are funded by the statewide initiative, California Climate Investments and studied seven schools serving El Monte area students including:  Arroyo, El Monte, Fernando R. Ledesma, Mountain View, Rosemead, and South El Monte High Schools and the Granada Transition Center.

The goal of the School Mobility & Active Transportation Plans is to identify project ideas that will make it more safe, comfortable, and fun to walk, bike, or take other types of low-emission transportation to get to campus. The Plans are tailored to the specific conditions and needs of the different schools and provide recommendations for infrastructure improvements. An analysis of existing conditions and circulation patterns, an inventory of existing infrastructure, and a school community survey helped inform the Plans.

The School Mobility & Active Transportation Plans are available for viewing and include information on the project, data collection process and key findings. Information for Granada Transition Center is included in the Executive Summary. Click on the links below to access the plans.