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30th Street Bikeway

BikeSD has successfully advocated for fully protected bike lanes on both sides of 30th street through North and South Park. Construction is expected to begin in Spring of 2021 and take several weeks. Thank you for the support! Want to…

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Slow Streets

Our campaign to create slow streets in San Diego has paid off. Read more about this effort here. Want to get involved with BikeSD’s campaign to create more Slow Streets across the city? Add yourself to our mailing list to get the…

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Presidio Drive

BikeSD is leading an effort to Presidio Drive and Jackson Street converted into one way streets. This would allow space for biking and pedestrians pathways around Presidio Park, bring greater safety and improved access as envisioned in the Uptown Community Plan.…

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Morena & Balboa Areas

The City of San Diego is drafting a planning documents for these area of the city. Major stations on the new Mid-Coast Trolley line are planned for both intersections, along with a number of bike facility/improvements along both corridors.…

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Downtown Mobility Plan

The City Council approved the Downtown Mobility Plan (2016) but it requires further political support to ensure implementation. San Diego bicyclists are very familiar with planning fatigue. Will the downtown mobility plan gather dust with so many other well intentioned studies and plans?…

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Gilman Dr. Bike Facility

BikeSD is leading an effort to get striping done on the Gilman Dr. Sewer Line Replacement corridor in La Jolla in order to create an ‘enhanced bicycle facility’ along that segment. Current focus is on University Community’s Plan Update Subcommittee, where a decision will be made…

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Uptown Bike Corridor

The Uptown Bikeways project is one of the first high priority projects identified in the San Diego Regional Bike Plan to be funded. Critical segments are incomplete or broken. BikeSD continues to press for completion of this project as originally envisioned.……

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Monroe Bikeway Project

So far, Ken-Tal’s efforts to delay the Monroe Bikeway have been successful. As we’ve seen with the Uptown Bikeway and in communities across the country, this is a proven model to continually delay and water down bike lanes, until eventually killing them. For supporters of the bikeway, the next big…

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Some of our wins...

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San Diego City Council Adopts City’s First Bicycle Advisory Committee

Earlier this week, on Tuesday, San Diego's City Council unanimously approved the creation of the city's first Bicycle Advisory Committee. This was a goal that was originally proposed in the 2002 city adopted bike plan, the city's second plan to accommodate bicycling. City Bicycle Advisory Committee, first proposed and adopted in 2002 bike plan.…

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$312 million updated Bike Plan passes with unanimous support from City Council

The City of San Diego currently has 72.3 miles of Class I bike paths, including the Bayshore Bikeway. The updated plan proposes 94.1 miles. Last Monday, the update to the 2002 Bicycle Master Plan passed with unanimous support from the City Council. This plan to build an additional 595 miles of bicycle facilities nearly doubles the city's existing…

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City Council Unanimously Votes to Remove Bicycle License Requirement

This past Tuesday, City Council made another small step in demonstrating its bicycle friendliness: Council voted unanimously to remove the unenforced and unenforceable bicycle registration requirement. The motion to remove the requirement came from District 5's Councilmember Mark Kersey and was seconded by District 2's Councilmember, Kevin…

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City Council Unanimously Passes Resolution Prioritizing Bicycle Infrastructure Improvements in the City of San Diego to Enhance Public Safety

By now you may have heard the news from last Tueday about the unanimous City Council vote on the Resolution prioritizing bicycle infrastructure improvements to enhance public safety that got some excellent coverage on Fox 5. The Fox 5 coverage included an accurate visual depiction of how our riders have to play a dangerous game of frogger in order…

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San Diego Airport: Now more bike friendly

Back in March this year, we visited the Portland Airport website and noticed that the website had an entire section on bicycling. When we visited our own airport's website we, sadly, noticed no such similar resource. We immediately contacted the webmaster at the San Diego airport to recommend updating their website to highlight the fact that our…

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