The Cape Cod Commission, in conjunction with the Cape Cod National Seashore, is working with the towns of Wellfleet, Truro, and Provincetown to develop the Outer Cape Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan for creating an interconnected bicycle and pedestrian facility network linking the towns with the Seashore, the Cape Cod Rail Trail, and other destinations within the three communities.
The Master Plan seeks to enhance and expand recreational and transportation opportunities on the Outer Cape, addressing the needs of all levels of bicyclists and pedestrians. The Master Plan will establish a comprehensive long-term vision and direction for developing bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure in the region.
Development of the master plan will entail and require significant public participation and stakeholder input. Community support will be essential to be eligible for project funding opportunities. Public workshops will be held in each of the three towns during the course of the plan’s development. Town bicycle and pedestrian committees will also play an important role in the project.
The public will also be able to provide written comments through email and the Commission’s website. Project announcements and updates will be provided on this site (see bottom of this page) and on the National Park Service’s Planning, Environment, and Public Comment site.
We look forward to continuing to engage public interest in this important effort to expand recreational and transportation opportunities for bicyclists and pedestrians in Provincetown, Truro, and Wellfleet. We hope you will share your ideas with us!
NOTE: Separate web pages have been set up for:
For information about additional bicycle and pedestrian planning activities (past and recent) across Cape Cod, visit the Cape Cod Commission Transportation Department's Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning web page.