Bikeways for Fremont

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Good, bike-friendly change is coming to Fremont: now is the time to get involved.

Fremont took the East Bay storm in 2015, becoming the first city East bay city to adopt Vision Zero. In addition, the City is updating Bike Master Plan with ambitions to create a network of protected bike lanes.

Help us ensure the vision the city sets out to acheive will lay the groundwork for a healthy, sustainable city. Want to get involved? Join the Bikeways for Fremont Meet-Up group or like their page on Facebook!

Updates

Fremont Tests Protected Bike Lane on Walnut Ave

Fremont Tests Protected Bike Lane on Walnut Ave

The City of Fremont has upgraded the buffered bike lane on Walnut Ave to a protected bike lane using two different types of physical protection. Which one is best? Are you on team Armadillo or team Bollard? Let us know via the short survey below. The results of the pilot project will help...
A Biking Solution to Tesla's Parking Problem

A Biking Solution to Tesla's Parking Problem

Tesla has been making news recently, and not because of their latest tech innovation but because of a problem as old as — well, cars. It turns out, Tesla’s Fremont and Palo Alto offices have a parking problem. Photos from Instagram account @teslaparkinglot (now removed) show chaos in the parking...
Fremont Takes Action with 20 Projects in 20 Months

Fremont Takes Action with 20 Projects in 20 Months

The City of Fremont is taking great strides towards a more bike friendly future. In 2015, the City adopted a Vision Zero policy. In 2016, staff launched a “20 projects in 20 months” action plan which is in full swing.  You might have already noticed some projects as you ride around town....
Tell the City: Where are the Bike Issues in Fremont?

Tell the City: Where are the Bike Issues in Fremont?

The City of Fremont is soliciting feedback from residents and visitors via an interactive map. Add your local knowledge to make this map as thorough and helpful a resource as possible!  http://gis.fehrandpeers.com/FremontSurvey/...
Bike Parks are in the Works

Bike Parks are in the Works

San Leandro San Leandro will see a former landfill site on the Oyster Bay Regional Shoreline transformed into a recreation area that includes a 10-acre bike skills park with courses for kids. In accordance with the district’s Land Use Plan, the site will be transformed into a...

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