Eden Area Bikeways

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Better walking and bicycling for the central Alameda County communities of San Leandro, Castro Valley, Ashland, Cherryland, Fairview, San Lorenzo, and Hayward.

We are working toward building a safe, connected biking and walking network in central Alameda County. The Eden Area is home to the cities of San Leandro and Hayward, as well as the unincorporated communities of Castro Valley, Ashland, Cherryland, Fairview, and San Lorenzo.

Connect with your local groups:

BikeWalkCV is your local group in Castro Valley. You can engage with BikeWalkCV on FacebookTwitter or on their blog.

Bike Walk Eden is your local group in Hayward, Ashland, Cherryland, Fairview, and San Lorenzo. You can connect with Bike Walk Eden on Facebook or by email at BikeWalkEden@gmail.com.

Bike Walk San Leandro is your local group in San Leandro. You can join Bike Walk San Leandro on Facebook.

Updates

Meet the Ambassadors

Meet the Ambassadors

In need of some inspiration and hope for the future? Look no further than the San Lorenzo Creekway youth ambassadors. Diana Venegas and Lorenzo Gonzalez, both high school students in San Lorenzo, took time out of...
Protected Bike Lane Win for Hayward's Main Street

Protected Bike Lane Win for Hayward's Main Street

After a thorough public outreach process, Hayward’s Council Infrastructure Committee has directed city staff to develop final designs for a protected bike lane on Main Street in Downtown...
Plans for South Hayward's Bike Network are Taking Shape

Plans for South Hayward's Bike Network are Taking Shape

Plans for a low stress, protected bike lane network are starting to take shape in South Hayward. Outreach is underway for protected bike lanes on Huntwood Avenue and ...
Raised Bikeway Concept Unveiled for Mission Blvd. in Cherryland

Raised Bikeway Concept Unveiled for Mission Blvd. in Cherryland

November 2019 This month, Alameda County Public Works unveiled raised and separated bikeway concepts for Mission Boulevard in Cherryland, and they look great. This one-mile segment of Mission Blvd. is a key piece of the E. 14th/Mission Blvd. corridor, a major spine in...
Transforming E. 14th St and Mission Blvd

Transforming E. 14th St and Mission Blvd

Changing Car-First Corridors into People-First Streets By Susie Hufstader When it comes to transforming major corridors, sometimes the best way to achieve visionary change is to take the project piece by piece. In Alameda County, East 14th Street and Mission Boulevard...

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Susie Hufstader

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