We envision a community that values, includes, and encourages bicycling for all purposes for all people.

 

Become a Member

 

 

 

Fresh Ideas: Silicon Valley Bike Vision Report

 

 

Learn more, download the report

 

 

 

 

Launch of Virtual Bike Route Scouts

 

Learn more about our personalized route advice service
Caltrans D4 May Close Segment of Highway 35 to Bicyclists

Caltrans D4 May Close Segment of Highway 35 to Bicyclists

Image: Caltrans District 4's proposal to close Highway 35 to bicyclists from Westmoor Avenue to Hickey Boulevard. UPDATE: As of May 17, due to the outreach to Caltrans by people like you, the sign order to prohibit bicyclists was temporarily placed on hold. Continue...

Engagement and Persistence Pay Off in Woodside

Engagement and Persistence Pay Off in Woodside

As a long-time bike commuter and advocate, I was concerned about a gap in the southbound Alameda de las Pulgas bike lane north of the Woodside Road (CA 84) intersection, along the fence of the Menlo Country Club. The western half of this segment of Alameda lies in Woodside. It is the only segment between Jefferson Ave in Redwood City and Avy Avenue in Menlo Park—a distance of four miles—that has two general travel lanes but no bike lane.

San Jose Plans Two Years of Vision Zero Action

San Jose Plans Two Years of Vision Zero Action

Kudos to the City of San Jose this week for approving the draft Vision Zero Two-Year Action Plan. The plan, approved by the city council’s Transportation & Environment Committee on Monday, lays out actionable steps the City will take over the next two years as it seeks to reach the goal of eliminating roadway fatalities and major injuries.