We are actively working on bicycle projects throughout San Diego County. View our important action alerts and priority campaigns below. We are looking for advocates to help get these projects built.
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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.
Uptown Regional Bikeways
This project will provide much-needed bicycle facilities throughout the uptown communities and create connections to the larger bike network in the region.
Oceanside Coast Highway Corridor Study
We support a design plan that would reduce the travel lanes from 4 to 2, add 6ft bike lanes in each direction, replace intersections with roundabouts, and create wider pedestrian walkways.
Chula Vista Broadway Bikeway
We are pushing for class 2 bike lanes (buffered bike lanes) along Broadway. This corridor has the highest concentration of both bicyclist and pedestrian collisions in the city.
Encinitas Coastal Rail Trail
The San Diego County Bike Coalition supports a class 1 bike facility (separate bike path) along the proposed route for the Encinitas segment of the Coastal Rail Trail.
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.
San Diego I-8/Nimitz Blvd Corridor
Building a complete and safe bike and pedestrian facility through the I-8/Sunset Cliffs intersections will provide opportunities for more individuals to ride this corridor.
The Bike Coalition will support Bike Walk Solana on this project by developing outreach materials and holding community workshops to gather input and support.
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 join or renew their membership with the Bike Coalition. Join or renew today.