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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.

Join Bike Pleasantonyour local advocacy group for better bicycling in Pleasanton.

Join Bike Dublin, your local group for bike advocacy in Dublin.

Follow @WalkBikeLiv on Twitter, and learn about the Livermore’s new Active Transportation Plan, which needs your input.

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Pleasanton's Draft Pedestrian and Bike Plan Ready for Comments

Pleasanton's Draft Pedestrian and Bike Plan Ready for Comments

The City of Pleasanton released its draft Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan on February 8th. The plan is in good shape, but still needs comments from the community to strengthen Pleasanton’s plan for a...
Give Input on the Livermore Active Transportation Plan

Give Input on the Livermore Active Transportation Plan

Livermore is currently writing a new Active Transportation Plan to improve walking, biking and trails in Livermore. The city needs your input to make the plan the best it can be! What streets and intersection do you think need bikeway improvements?...
Pleasanton to Fix Treacherous Gap in Iron Horse Trail

Pleasanton to Fix Treacherous Gap in Iron Horse Trail

On Tuesday, September 13, Pleasanton’s City Council voted unanimously to add green painted bike crossings at the the intersection of Stanley Boulevard, Valley Avenue, and Bernal Avenue, where a fatal...
Bike East Bay Response to Fatal Crash in Pleasanton, June 23, 2016

Bike East Bay Response to Fatal Crash in Pleasanton, June 23, 2016

In Pleasanton on the morning of June 23, a 72-year-old Tri-Valley resident was struck and killed by a driver while bicycling. This is at least the fifth collision...

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