Active Transportation


Active transportation is travel powered by human energy, including walking, biking, or rolling (rollerblading, riding a push scooter, skateboarding, or in a wheelchair). Active transportation as a great way to travel not only for recreational purposes, but also for day-to-day transportation needs. 

Active transportation can provide many benefits to both individuals and the community and has been shown to:

1. Enhance the physical and mental health of individuals;

2. Provide additional mobility options for getting around independently;

3. Improve the neighborhood livability and community quality of life;

4. Lower the transportation costs for individuals, families, and communities; and

5. Help the community do it’s part in addressing a number of state and regional environmental challenges related to air, energy, noise, and water pollution.

Town-wide Bicycle Master Plan

The Town invites you to share your experiences and suggestions for how to enhance bicycling throughout Danville’s streets and trails.


Buy a new e-bike and apply for a cash rebate of $150-$300! Rebates are reserved for adult (18+) residents of each city and unincorporated area of the county and will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, one per household until funding is exhausted.

Below is a map of Danville's bike routes, paths, lanes, and trails.