Bikeway Improvement Projects

Project Overview

The City is working to construct a network of “all ages and abilities” bicycle facilities as outlined in its Bicycle Master Plan.  The City develops and implements an annual project to stripe new bikeways and enhance existing bikeways on various streets citywide, as identified in the Bike Master Plan.  Typical enhancements include closing gaps in bike lanes, upgrading existing bike lanes to buffered bike lanes, adding green pavement markings to highlight areas of conflict between bikes and vehicles, and installing vertical posts to create separated bike lanes.  The City also implements new and enhanced bikeways as part of street resurfacing work, per its Complete Streets policy.

Separated Bike Lane of Paseo Padre Parkway near Central Park

Project Funding

The Bikeway Improvements Projects are funded through a combination of the Transportation Development Act (TDA), Measure B & BB, Traffic Impact Fee, and Transportation Fund for Clean Air (TFCA) funds.

Project Timeline

Year 1 – 2019

Enhanced bike lane striping in the following corridors:

  • Paseo Padre Parkway – Peralta Avenue to Driscoll Road
  • Stevenson Boulevard – Paseo Padre Parkway to Davis Street
  • Grimmer Boulevard – Paseo Padre Parkway to Fremont Boulevard (South)
  • Walnut Avenue – Paseo Padre Parkway to Argonaut Way
  • Driscoll Road – Washington Boulevard to Mission Boulevard

Year 2 – 2020

New and enhanced bike lane separation in the following corridors:

  • Paseo Padre Parkway – Peralta Ave to Driscoll Road
  • Fremont Boulevard – Country Drive to Stevenson Boulevard
  • Stevenson Boulevard – Gallaudet to Fremont Boulevard
  • Walnut Avenue – Paseo Padre Parkway to Argonaut Way
  • Driscoll Road – Washington Boulevard to Mission Boulevard
  • Grimmer Boulevard – Fremont Boulevard (North) to Fremont Boulevard (South)
  • Paseo Padre Parkway – Fremont Boulevard to Warwick Avenue
  • Paseo Padre Parkway – South Grimmer to Mission Boulevard
  • Scott Creek Road – I-680 to Warm Springs Boulevard