Richmond Bikeways

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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

A New and Forward-Thinking Plan for South Richmond

A New and Forward-Thinking Plan for South Richmond

On Tuesday, September 15 Richmond’s City Council passed the South Richmond Transportation Connectivity Plan (SRTCP). This plan was born out of the need to adapt to several major changes to South Richmond; the development of the UC Berkeley Global Campus, the re-opening of ferry service to San...
Complete Design Plans Unveiled for Rumrill Blvd

Complete Design Plans Unveiled for Rumrill Blvd

We’re nearly done with the planning stage of the Rumrill Blvd/13th Street Complete Streets Project!  On Wednesday, August 19 the Cities of San Pablo and Richmond unveiled the preferred design for Rumrill Blvd. Of the three proposed plans, the community overwhelmingly chose Alternative 1, which...
Richmond's Climate Action Plan

Richmond's Climate Action Plan

In 2015 the City of Richmond began the process of creating a Climate Action Plan. This plan is a roadmap for how the City will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and prepare for the impacts of climate change on public health, infrastructure, ecosystems, and public spaces in our community. Climate...
Richmond Re-Allocates Measure U Funds to Balance Budget

Richmond Re-Allocates Measure U Funds to Balance Budget

In 2014, Richmond residents passed a quarter cent sales tax, Measure U. The Measure, which is expected to bring in about $8 million in revenue this year, was intended to fund “essential city services, such as public safety, public health and wellness programs, city youth programs and street ...
Suggest a bike rack location in Richmond

Suggest a bike rack location in Richmond

  The City of Richmond just installed close to 20 brand new bike racks thanks to a Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) grant. The next round of applications is coming about in March, and the city would like to submit a new round of rack requests.  Know of a good park,...

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