Bike Lanes for Downtown Walnut Creek

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Walnut Creek is planning new bikeways and pedestrian improvements on several key streets and Bike East Bay is working with Bike Walnut Creek to ensure great bikeways are included.

As part of the West Downtown Area Plan, Walnut Creek is redesigning California Blvd, Mt. Diablo Blvd, and Olympic Blvd, and all three streets can include comfortable, low-stress bikeways that are protected from traffic.

In addition, Walnut Creek is working with the County and with Lafayette, to study a pathway connection between the Iron Horse Trail and the Lafayette-Moraga Trail. We are pushing for a modern two-way cycle track to be included as part of this project.

Updates

Yes on Measure J: Today

Yes on Measure J: Today

  Get in on the election excitement today with these final opportunities to volunteer for the vote: Bike East Bay office: 466 Water Street, Oakland. 12pm-4pm, March 3...
Fund the Future: Yes on Measure J

Fund the Future: Yes on Measure J

  Fund the future in Contra Costa County: volunteer to help get the word out to voters. Contra Costa voters get to decide on a new half-cent transportation sales...
Power of Personal Connection in Pleasant Hill

Power of Personal Connection in Pleasant Hill

How to Build a Local Bike Advocacy Group From the Ground Up   Summer 2019 In a lush yard in Walnut Creek, overflowing with snap peas, lemons, and flowering sage, people mingle around. This isn’t a regular afternoon barbeque: these are bike riders and non-bicyclists who want to...
Walnut Creek Cycletrack Faces Pushback

Walnut Creek Cycletrack Faces Pushback

  After a 6-week pop-up demonstration of protected bike lanes on Lincoln Avenue, Walnut Creek is looking for feedback to help evaluate the success of the design. Give your feedback today. The short segment is critical - it connects the...
Help Improve BART, Biking, and Transit in Contra Costa County

Help Improve BART, Biking, and Transit in Contra Costa County

Your help is needed to improve BART, biking, and transit in Contra Costa County. The BART Bicycle Advisory Task Force and the Contra Costa Transportation Authority Countywide Bicycle Advisory Committee are seeking new members. As a volunteer advisor,...

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