The City of Stockton Bicycle Master Plan is part of the overall General Plan 2035 update. The City's current network of existing bicycle facilities offers about 100 miles of off-street trails and paths, as well as on-street bicycle facilities.
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The current update focuses on identifying ways to make Stockton safer and more comfortable for cyclists of all ages and creating more opportunities to get around without a car.
Over the past decade, Stockton has experienced significant changes that have prompted the City to reimagine its vision for evolving transportation needs, street redesigns, and land-use development.
Several major planning efforts by the City include:
The next step – rewrite Stockton’s Bicycle Master Plan to support sustainable mobility and growth and ensure the next phase of bicycle infrastructure can be funded and implemented.
For a more visual display of the project planning process, view the Project Fact Sheet. Follow along and participate in the process.
Your feedback makes Stockton a better place to bike. There are lots of ways to provide immediate feedback, even while you are out and about.
Are you curious about what bikeways already exist and what future plans we have for the community? Print a map and take it along with you as you ride.
For more information, contact the Public Works Department.
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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 4/20/2017