Transportation & Mobility Innovation

The city of Sugar Land Transportation & Mobility Innovation Division works extensively to provide a broad multi-modal transportation network for its residents. The priorities of the division include: 

  • Improve and enhance the mobility of people and goods that move within and through the City
  • Provide safe, connected, and accessible transportation options for residents, workers, and visitors
  • Expand collaborative mobility planning and implementation efforts among multiple City departments
  • Provide innovative mobility solutions for Sugar Land
  • Develop a mobility simulation model to evaluate the City's existing and future transportation system

Bike Month Challenge

Have you been thinking about starting to ride a bike? Or have you been considering a bike commute?

Then take part in the Bike Month Challenge this May: a fun, friendly competition all about helping more people to discover (or rediscover) the joys and benefits of riding a bike. There are great prizes up for grabs if you saddle up and ride! 

The Bike Month Challenge, which runs throughout May, is a fun, free, campaign from Love to Ride which encourages and supports people to ride bikes. We are encouraging all workplaces across the local area to get involved and there are prizes up for grabs too!

Bike Month Challenge

Love to Ride’s Bike Month Challenge is funded by your local authority, the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC), which means it’s free for your workplace to take part. We want to work together to achieve our health, wellness, and sustainability goals. As more workplaces and individuals are thinking about sustainability, cost-saving, health, and wellbeing, it’s a great time to promote riding a bike. Register your workplace for the Bike Month Challenge and bring your team together to work on a common goal – getting more people on bikes and riding. 

To get involved, register at, then you’re ready to go!

What we're working on


Contact Us

Monique Johnson, AICP
Transportation & Mobility Innovation Manager
Engineering Department

2700 Town Center Blvd. N.
281-275-2780 (Phone)
281-275-2771 (Fax) (Email)