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The City of Sacramento continues to make our City even friendlier for bicycling!

 P Street Bikeway Demonstration

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Current Projects

The City of Sacramento has a number of projects in development, follow this link to see what we're working on.


There's a lot of new bike infrastructure out there - see our videos on how to use it!

Bike Map

It is easy to get around on your bike in Sacramento if you know where the bikeways are! You can review our Bikeway User Map for information on our existing network.


The City of Sacramento now offers a monthly, free urban bicycling class that covers topics like the rules of the road and to how to enjoy the ride.


We have a number of bike parking programs:

  • Looking to accommodate bike parking for your business? The City will install bicycle racks on public property for businesses that have a need.

  • Did you know there are electronic bike lockers at the Sacramento Valley Train Station? To use the eLocker (costing 5 cents an hour), you must purchase and activate a BikeLink card in advance for $20. Cards are available online and at the ticket counter at the station.

  • Did you know there's a Bike SPA (Secure Parking Area) also at the Sacramento Valley Train station? Follow this link to learn about it! 

Did you know the City adopted the Bike Rack Design and Placement Standards? All bike racks in the public right-of-way must meet these standards.

Active Transportation Commission

The Active Transportation Commission application period has closed and applications are being evaluated.  We expect to have the first Active Transportation Commission meeting in August 23, 2018

Archived meeting information from the dissolved City/County Bicycle Advisory Committee (February 2017 and on) is here.


Learn more about bike share in Sacramento!  


The 2016 Bicycle Master Plan was approved by City Council on August 16, 2016. The Plan guides the development of bikeways, supports facilities like bike parking, and programs such as education and encouragement.

In late 2017, the City began development of an Implementation Plan designed to help prioritize the projects in the Bike Plan.  The Draft Bicycle Master Plan Implementation Plan was made available from January 5-February 2, 2018 for public review and comment.  Public comment closed February 2, 2018 so we can gather comments and prepare the final Plan.  We had great turnout at all of our community meetings and appreciate the time you took to share your thoughts.  The Final Draft will be presented to City Council in August 2018.


Help us identify and return stolen bicycles to their owners by registering your bike on our Ride On! Bike Registry.