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Richmond approved its Bike Plan, but has been slow to start. We're changing that. Will you join us?

Bike East Bay is partnering with local leaders Rich City Rides to turn Richmond into one of the best biking cities in the Bay. With many miles of fantastic trails, our goal is to connect residents with open space and opportunities for healthy, active commutes and lifestyles. 

Become a part of the community by attending a meeting of the Richmond Bicycle / Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC), join Rich City Rides at a social ride or event, or email us about a street or project you’re passionate about. 

The Richmond BPAC meets every month on the second Monday with the exception of August and December.

Time: 5:30-7:30 pm
Place: Richmond City Hall, 2nd floor Pt. Molate Room
450 Civic Center Plaza
Richmond, CA 94804

Updates

New Contra Costa Plan Ready for City Approvals

New Contra Costa Plan Ready for City Approvals

Note: Dolan Law Firm occasionally sponsors stories on Bike East Bay. Unless noted in the story, Dolan Law Firm is not consulted for the content or editorial direction of the sponsored content. September 3, 2019 The Contra Costa...
Quick-Build Connections in Richmond

Quick-Build Connections in Richmond

Two weeks ago we featured Walnut Creek’s Lincoln Avenue pop up cycle track, which just got approved for permanent installation, and this week we take a look at the latest accelerated projects in Richmond and...
More for Contra Costa on March 2020 Ballot

More for Contra Costa on March 2020 Ballot

  June 25, 2019 With polling positive and an economy strong, Contra Costa is betting that voters stuck in traffic on 80, 680, SR 4 and SR 24 are ready to approve a new transportation sales tax measure to...
All Aboard in Richmond

All Aboard in Richmond

(Photo courtesy of @SFBayFerry) A new bike-transit option opens January 10, 2019 to get you to and from Richmond and San Francisco - with a view. The six round trip ferries will start at Harbor Way South, next to Craneway Pavillion, and arrive...
Richmond and Ohlone Greenways Connected At Last

Richmond and Ohlone Greenways Connected At Last

With the opening of a new connection on April 27, 2018, you’ll finally be able to seamlessly walk and bike between the Richmond and Ohlone greenways. The new connection provides a safe crossing of San Pablo Avenue, a wide and high traffic street. The project extends the Richmond Greenway to link...

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