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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

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Your Calls Succeeded in Having Richmond Respect its Bike Plan

Your Calls Succeeded in Having Richmond Respect its Bike Plan

Help get bike lanes striped on Cutting Blvd Richmond is ready to repave its 2nd highest priority bikeway-Cutting Blvd- and thanks to your calls is looking at the feasibility of including the bikeway called for in Richmond’s brand new Bicycle Plan. Cutting Blvd provides essential access to Richmond’...
Help stripe bike lanes on 23rd Street in Richmond: Design Charrette tonight

Help stripe bike lanes on 23rd Street in Richmond: Design Charrette tonight

After well-attended public workshops for MacDonald Avenue and San Pablo Avenue, the City of Richmond moves next to 23rd Street, a key bikeway connecting Downtown Richmond, City Hall, Richmond High School and San Pablo City Hall north to Contra Costa College. Please attend one of these upcoming...
Breuner Marsh Restoration Project in North Richmond releases EIR

Breuner Marsh Restoration Project in North Richmond releases EIR

Proposed Project The 150-acre Breuner Marsh Restoration and Public Access Project will restore wetlands and grasslands and provide for public access to the San Francisco Bay Shoreline in North Richmond. Approximately 60 acres of tidal and seasonal wetlands, and 90 acres of coastal prairie would be...
4 more miles for the Richmond Bay Trail in 2011: 8 new projects for 2012

4 more miles for the Richmond Bay Trail in 2011: 8 new projects for 2012

2011 was a very good year for the Bay Trail in Richmond. Richmond now has over 31 miles of San Francisco Bay Trail in place – the most of any city on this planned 500-mile hiking and biking route encircling San Francisco and San Pablo Bays. This report highlights 2011 achievements and describes...

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