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Protected bike lanes are coming to Fremont! Join Bike Fremont to connect with your bike community and advocate for a complete bikeway network.

Fremont took the East Bay by storm in 2015, becoming the first city East Bay city to adopt Vision Zero. Now, the city has a bold new Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan and is rolling out protected bikeways, innovative intersections, and a new bike share system.

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Fremont Backtracks on Vision Zero

On Tuesday April 19, the majority of Fremont’s City Council overturned every plan it has  made for safe multimodal transportation in the city over the last 5 years and decided to forego a road diet on a residential, high-speed 1-mile stretch of Paseo Padre Parkway. They did this despite data that...

Safer Paseo Padre Goes Back to Fremont City Council

Back in July, Fremont City Council turned down a city staff proposal to improve safety on Paseo Padre Road by reducing travel lanes and adding bike lanes, between Driscoll Road and Washington Blvd. Council is concerned that traffic volumes will soon return to pre-pandemic levels and the road...
Tour de Fremont: Self-Guided Ride

Tour de Fremont: Self-Guided Ride

Over the past several years, the City of Fremont has been setting the standard for bikeway design and construction in the East Bay, with a whopping five fully protected intersections connecting with protected bikeways, and more on...
Next Steps for the Niles Canyon Trail

Next Steps for the Niles Canyon Trail

The Niles Canyon Trail is a proposed six-mile trail that would connect the Niles District in Fremont and the unincorporated community of Sunol. Join the community meeting on March 11, 6:30pm to learn the latest and help plan the trail....
Fremont Sets the Standard

Fremont Sets the Standard

    A new raised protected bike lane is open on Walnut Avenue in Fremont, and it’s a beauty. Extending more than a mile from Paseo Padre Parkway to Mission Boulevard, the state-of-the-art bike lane features bus boarding areas, bike counters, and not one but four fully protected intersections...


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