Tri-Valley Bikeways

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The Tri-Valley is home to the cities of Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin, San Ramon, and Danville. We are working for a complete network of bikeways for riders of all ages and abilities throughout the region.

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New Rail to Connect East Bay & Central Valley

New Rail to Connect East Bay & Central Valley

Designs are underway to seamlessly connect the Bay Area and Central Valley by transit, and local bikeway improvements are in the mix. Valley Link is a proposed new 42-mile, 7-station passenger rail project, and Bike East Bay is at the table: making sure BART connections are easy, bus service...
Valley Link Rail Project Under Design

Valley Link Rail Project Under Design

Designs are underway to seamlessly connect the Bay Area and Central Valley by transit. Valley Link is a newly planned rail extension that will eventually connect from East Dublin BART Station out to Stockton. Bike East Bay is working with...

Connections in Livermore

In early 2018, Livermore was looking to add another car lane to East Jack London Boulevard, partially using Measure BB bike/pedestrian funds. A trail was planned next to the road, but it wasn’t part of this project and would only come years later.   Bike East Bay staff and local leaders...
Cross-Town Lanes in Pleasanton

Cross-Town Lanes in Pleasanton

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 17, 2019 The City of Pleasanton is...
It Takes a Village

It Takes a Village

How Pleasanton Residents Came Together to Build a Protected Intersection By Susie Hufstader, Community Organizer In fall 2017, Pleasanton became the first city in the Tri-Valley area to install a protected intersection. By closing a gap in the Iron Horse Regional Trail, this protected...


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