Leaders in the campaign for safer San Diego streets.

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Better street design

Getting San Diego to adopt and use national standards for Complete Streets that better protect the most vulnerable users of our roads.

Separated lanes

Pushing the City of San Diego to build more separated lanes so people aged 8-80 feel comfortable riding our streets — whether bike, scooter, powered chair, skateboard, or whatever they roll with.

Lower road speeds

Together we advocate for lower speed limits on San Diego streets, a proven strategy for lowering injury rates and saving lives.

Finishing the network

Grassroots pressure to get long-stalled SANDAG bike lane projects back on track and completed.

Educating leaders

Speaking out in community forums and bringing more voices to the table in favor of more space for small transport like bikes and scooters

Bringing us together

Gathering the natural alliance of street users: the disabled, elderly, cyclists, scooter users, walker, the economically disenfranchised, and transit riders to create healthier and safer spaces for all of us.

We want you involved.

Your experience and your voice can become a powerful force for transforming San Diego into a city with more options for safely getting around. Get on BikeSD's mailing list to keep up with the latest.

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Complete Communities:

Call in to Support Mobility Choices at City of San Diego's Land Use & Housing Committee, June 24th at 9 am Written comments: https://www.sandiego.gov/council-committees/luh-committee-public-comment-form Call in to the meeting at 9 am: DIAL:…

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Send a Letter to the Mayor & City Council to Show your Support for Open Air Dining San Diego

Send a Letter to the Mayor & City Council to Show your Support for Open Air Dining San Diego to Help Businesses Utilize the Public Right of Way during COVID-19A diverse group of organizations is requesting that the Mayor and City Council…

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Road closed to thru traffic sign with bicycles

District 9 Seeks Community Input for SlowStreets By May 1 Support Safer Places for People to Walk and Ride

ACTION ITEM Please fill out this form by May 1 if you live or ride in City Council District 9 Council District 9 Slow Streets Input Form Council President Gomez would like to find out from our D9 neighborhoods, planning groups, business districts…

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Voices

Adam's cargo bike with a keg strapped to the rear.

Local Cargo by Adam Deutsch

These are days where I think about how many post-apocalyptic narratives neglect the bicycle. We’re not at the end of world, but my motivation to bike came from the sense that driving made other activities almost impossible. How many times have we…

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Girl riding bike with her younger brother on sidewalk riding a scooter. Both smiling and having a blast.

10 Years Riding the Bus = $84,000 Saved

  Sitting on the couch last night was chatting with the spousal equivalent (“SE”) about how NextDoor is awful. Cue a recent bus rider shaming post that really bothered me: NextDoor somehow is worse than both Facebook and Twitter. Please @……

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This photo represents the latest success story for a recent trail connection within Chollas Creek Regional Park.

Prioritizing Chollas Creek Bikeway

This photo represents the latest success story for a recent trail connection within Chollas Creek Regional Park. The vision and goal to establish a safe and comfortable bikeway with community parks from La Mesa and Lemon Grove through City Heights,…

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