We are actively working on bicycle projects throughout San Diego County. View our important action alerts and priority campaigns below. We are always looking for advocates to help get these projects built.
Recent Advocacy News
Post by Chloé Lauer By advocating for safe streets and new bike paths, trails, and lanes and by educating people on how to safely and enjoyably ride their bikes, the Bike Coalition’s work has made our lives healthier, our communities more connected, and our cities more vibrant. Yet our work is not done. If you want to make a change
NEWS: The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition and BikeSD are calling on the City of San Diego to cease destroying mobility devices – including bicycles, wheelchairs, and walkers – during sweeps of encampments. Join us by signing our open letter https://forms.gle/8ukBU5pDAsK7r4V89…
We can save lives with proven traffic safety measures. Email Mayor Todd Gloria and the City Council to demand safer street designs that will save lives. EMAIL THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL 2021 was the deadliest year in over a decade on the roads of San Diego. In the span of twelve months, 109 people were killed in traffic crashes.
Lomas Santa Fe Corridor Improvement Project
The project study area for the Lomas Santa Fe Drive Feasibility Study extends from Sierra Avenue on the west side of Highway 101 (where the roadway is called Plaza Street) to Highland Drive at the City’s eastern boundary. Click below for more information.
History of 30th Street Bikeway!
Find out the history of how the 30th street bike way proposals began. Click below to learn more.
SR 15 Bikeway
There are two bikeways constructed along state route 15 between Camino Del Rio South and Landis Street. The name of these two bikeways are the SR 15 Commuter Bikeway and the SR 15 Central Avenue Bikeway.
These bike ways will provide on-street bike connections from Old Town and Mission Valley through Uptown to Downtown, North Park, and Balboa Park.
Downtown Mobility Plan
The Downtown Mobility Plan is a vision for Downtown San Diego that was passed in June 2016. This plan aims to accommodate all modes of travel, as city planners many years ago designed downtown’s streets with travel lanes only for cars and sidewalks only for pedestrians — leaving bicycles out of the equation.
Riding to 2050, the San Diego Regional Bike Plan
The Regional Bike Plan was adopted to provide a regional strategy to make riding a bike a useful form of transportation for everyday travel. The Regional Bike Plan supports the call for more transportation choices and a balanced regional transportation system that supports smart growth and a more sustainable region.
Bayshore Bikeway Barrio Logan Segment
This project will close a major gap in the Bayshore Bikeway with a Class 1 connection to downtown San Diego and the Bayfront promenade to the convention center.
Inland Rail Trail
A 21-mile Class I bike path located within the Cities of Oceanside, Vista, San Marcos, and Escondido, and the County of San Diego.
Coastal Rail Trail
The Coastal Rail Trail is a planned continuous bike route that runs approximately 44 miles between Oceanside and Santa Fe Depot in Downtown San Diego. The Coastal Rail Trail was initially planned in the mid-1990s, and is being constructed in segments by SANDAG and the various cities it traverses. The Rose Creek and Encinitas segments are the high priority projects identified in the San Diego Regional Bike Plan to be funded for implementation.
North Park/Mid-City Bikeway
This project will make it safer and easier for people of all ages and abilities to navigate through North Park/Mid-City communities via 13 miles of bike boulevards and protected bikeways.
Border to Bayshore Bikeway
The Border to Bayshore Bikeway is an approximately 8.5-mile route that will provide safe biking connections within and between Imperial Beach, the San Ysidro community of San Diego, and the world’s busiest land border crossing at the San Ysidro Port of Entry.
San Diego River Trail
SANDAG is leading the effort to complete this trail from the ocean east through Santee. Current projects include the QUALCOMM Stadium Segment and the Carlton Oaks Golf Course Segment.
This is a 2.6 mile bikeway that will provide a crucial north to south connectivity between North Park and Downtown.
Regional Bike Walk Alliance
The Regional Bike Walk Alliance was created by the Bike Coalition in partnership with Circulate San Diego.The Alliance brings together local community leaders and bicycle and pedestrian advocates to develop strategies to support the implementation of the San Diego Regional Bike Plan which will ultimately get more San Diegans riding, encourage healthy and active lifestyles and be a leading example of how local advocacy can influence regional growth policies.
The Bike Coalition supports these local groups by providing them with resources, membership and guidance with their advocacy and education efforts. There are currently 9 cities in the county that have a Bike Walk group affiliated with the Alliance.
Bike Coalition members can now opt to join a local Bike Walk advocacy group when they become a member of the Bike Coalition – join today – it’s free!