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New protected bike lanes are open on Hearst Avenue and Bancroft Way, with thousands enjoying them every day. Next up is Dana Street south of campus and Milvia Street downtown.

Berkeley set a standard when it dedicated two blocks of protected bike lanes on Fulton Street in 2016. They followed that up with an innovative bike plan in 2017 proposing 20 protected bike facilities to safely get residents around town. However, the Plan received much push back because it included the public’s vision for better bicycling in Berkeley, a vision not shared by everyone. Thanks to huge public support, this forward-looking plan got approved and is the City’s basis for pushing forward on modern bikeways for streets such as Adeline, Hopkins, Oxford, Claremont, San Pablo Avenue and more.

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 Become a Certified Bike Instructor

Become a Certified Bike Instructor

Bike East Bay’s award-winning education program is growing in 2022, with lots of fun opportunities for certified bike instructors to earn money teaching both in-person and webinar classes professionally. A League of American...
Support safe bikeways on Hopkins Street, Bancroft Way in Berkeley

Support safe bikeways on Hopkins Street, Bancroft Way in Berkeley

Hopkins Street Walk Bike Berkeley is leading the fight for protected bike lanes on Hopkins Street in North Berkeley, and has an action alert that needs your attention. Option 1 adds protected bike lanes to Hopkins and is largely parking neutral, but it opposed by merchants and some residents....
Update: Girl Scouts Mission, Fix Bumpy Bike Boulevards

Update: Girl Scouts Mission, Fix Bumpy Bike Boulevards

Last year, Girl Scout Troop 33984 embarked on a mission to fix bumpy bike boulevards in Berkeley. While #TheSmoothening has brought some fantastic smooth lanes to the East Bay, there is always more work to...
Add Your Voice: Affordable Homes, Not Exclusionary Zoning

Add Your Voice: Affordable Homes, Not Exclusionary Zoning

Photo: Thomas Brothers Map showing exclusionary lending areas, 1937. More affordable homes are on the agenda for Berkeley City Council on February 23. Council will take action to end...
Girl Scouts Mission: Fix Bumpy Bike Boulevards

Girl Scouts Mission: Fix Bumpy Bike Boulevards

Update February 2021: Read a letter straight from the Troop on their bike advocacy and what they learned along the way.  Girl Scout Troop 33984 is on a mission to fix bumpy bike boulevards in Berkeley....

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