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

 Bicycle with balloon

Current Projects

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

Battle of the Bollards

Battle of the Bollards logo with bicycles, delineators and musical instruments

Learn about our pilot of 3 new types of delineators we're testing for use on our separated bikeways here.


The Active Transportation Commission meets monthly, the schedule is posted here. 

All meetings are held in Council Chambers and broadcast live on the internet!

Upcoming agendas are posted here (they are posted 72 hours in advance of the meeting).

Shared Bikes and Scooters

Learn more about shared bikes and scooters in Sacramento.

URBAN Bicycling And Scooting CLASS

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


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 (updated September 2020) for information on our existing network.


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


Good news! We have a DRAFT map of where you can find bike racks in the City. Please note that this is an ongoing data collection effort and is subject to change. You can find a full map here.

We have a number of bike parking programs:

  • Request Bike and Scooter Parking:
    Do you have a need for bike parking for your business or shared-rideables (bikes and scooters)?
    The City will install bicycle racks or shared-rideable drop zones on public property where there is a demonstrated need.

  • Bike Lockers:
    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.

  • Bike SPA:
    Also at Sacramento Valley Train Station is a Bike SPA (Secure Parking Area). Follow this  link to learn about it! 

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


Are you in interested in knowing what are the City's plans for bicycling? The Bicycle Master Plan guides the development of bikeways, supports facilities like bike parking, and programs such as education and encouragement.  A detailed map of existing and planned bikeways can be found here. 

Sacramento screenshot of planned bikeways


Help identify and return stolen bicycles to their owners by registering your bike at: 


Archive meeting videos from 2018 can be viewed at the links below:

Meeting information from the dissolved City/County Bicycle Advisory Committee (February 2017 and later) is here.