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Bikeway & Walkway Projects

Bikeway & Walkway Projects

With more than 1,340 miles of bikeways in the San Diego region, everything is just two wheels away. One of our key priorities in planning our region’s transportation system is providing an extensive network of bikeways and walkways to ensure biking, walking, and rolling are safe and convenient forms of everyday travel.

Guiding the development of the SANDAG Bike Plan Early Action Program (EAP) through the year 2050, our bikeway and walkway projects will have a major positive impact on the quality of life in the San Diego region by reducing traffic congestion, improving air quality, reducing the impact of climate change, and enhancing public health and livability. The Bike EAP is creating an interconnected regional network of bike corridors that will enable residents to bike safely on more direct and convenient routes within and between major regional destinations and activity centers.

The Bike EAP will be funded by TransNet, the regional half-cent sales tax for transportation approved by San Diego County voters. By dedicating local TransNet funds for bike projects, the region is well-positioned to compete for state and federal funding, enable us to complete more bike projects and reap even greater economic, health, and mobility benefits. SANDAG will maximize funding opportunities from other sources by moving all the bike projects toward construction on a rolling timeline, so at any given time there would be shovel-ready projects.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

SANDAG coordinates the planning, design, and construction of interconnected, on-street, and separated bikeways, as well as programs and services designed to support and encourage more people to ride a bike for daily trips. The plan will guide the development of the regional bike network through the year 2050.

Visit a project web page for milestones and construction information. Please check these pages regularly for updates or sign up to be added to a project email list.

SANDAG values community involvement. Public meetings are posted on SANDAG’s calendar and on individual project web pages. General comments also can be emailed to GObyBIKE@sandag.org.

Two percent of annual revenues from TransNet are allocated to the Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Neighborhood Safety Program. Your tax dollars are at work to make the bike network in the San Diego region one of the best in the nation.

Yes, you can take your bike on transit for no additional charge. Learn more tips for bikes on transit.

The San Diego Regional Bike Map is available to download and highlights various types of bikeways, as well as suggested routes for commuting. Maps also can be found at bike shops throughout San Diego County.