The City of Fremont’s 2018 Bicycle Master Plan identifies projects and programs to make Fremont a city in which bicycling is safe, comfortable, and convenient for people of all ages and abilities. The Plan was initiated in March 2016 and the Plan incorporates community input provided via BPTAC meetings, public workshops, tables at community events, and interactive webmaps.
The Plan identifies a 5-year priority network of “low stress” bicycling corridors comprised of facilities that are either on low traffic volume roadways or physically separated from traffic. These facilities are designed to appeal to the large percentage of bike riders that are interested in bicycling for transportation and recreation but concerned about the safety of riding with high speed traffic.
The Plan was presented to City Advisory Committees from May 2017 to June 2018. The Plan was approved and adopted by City Council on July 10, 2018.