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Bikeway Projects Under Development
The Bicycle & Pedestrian Facilities Program plans and constructs on-street bikeways, including striping and signage. Prior to constructing on-street bikeways, the Program mails residences within 400 ft of the bikeway street allowing time for feedback. For information about active projects, see Bikeway Project Outreach Mailers.
Some bikeways are along long corridors or are more complex that typical, with planning and construction spanning multiple years. See Key Bikeway Corridors to learn more about these projects.
Monitor project status by viewing this list and map (last updated May 15, 2014) showing the status of all bikeway projects currently under development. This list and map is updated periodically to reflect implementation progress.
Other City and outside agencies are charged with constructing off-street paths, such as those around Lake Merritt, along the Oakland Waterfront, to the East Span of the Bay Bridge (Caltrans), the East Bay Greenway (Alameda County Transportation Commission) and those being constructed as part of the Caldecott Fourth Bore Settlement. The Port of Oakland and the East Bay Regional Parks District also install bicycle lanes and paths within their jurisdictions.