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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

Richmond City Council Approves Carlson Crosstown Connection

Richmond City Council Approves Carlson Crosstown Connection

Tuesday December 20, Richmond City Council showed its commitment to improving the safety and health of residents by voting to start construction on the Carlson Crosstown Connection project. The new Carlson Blvd will make it easier for people to cross and bike along the street by narrowing the...
Richmond Approves Carlson Boulevard

Richmond Approves Carlson Boulevard

Update: Carlson Blvd was approved!   The City of Richmond has designed and secured funding for a street redesign project on Carlson Boulevard. From Bayview to Broadway, the “...
Choose Richmond's Next Bikeway

Choose Richmond's Next Bikeway

The Richmond Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee has put out a short survey. Called the 2016 Richmond Bicyclist Survey, it has two simple goals: to identify which routes bicyclists currently bike on and which ones bicyclists would like to bike on. ...
What We Learned on the Richmond Bay Trail

What We Learned on the Richmond Bay Trail

This October, Bike East Bay organized three outreach days along the Bay Trail.  The goal was two-fold: On the one hand, we wanted to gain a better understanding of who was using the trail, how they were using the trail and what their overall experience was like.  On the second hand, we...
Community Survey Shows Increase in Rating of Bicycling

Community Survey Shows Increase in Rating of Bicycling

In 2007, the City of Richmond enrolled in the National Research Center’s (NRC) National Citizen Survey (NCS) program in order to conduct a resident survey to help the City Council set spending priorities and to set a benchmark of City service delivery. Since 2007, the City has conducted a survey...

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