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New protected bike lanes are open on Hearst Avenue and Bancroft Way, with thousands enjoying them every day. Next up is Dana Street south of campus and Milvia Street downtown.

Berkeley set a standard when it dedicated two blocks of protected bike lanes on Fulton Street in 2016. Their 2017 innovative bike plan received much push back because it includes the public’s vision for better bicycling in Berkeley, a vision not shared by everyone. But this forward-looking plan is our basis for pushing for modern bikeways on streets such as Adeline, Hopkins, Oxford, Claremont, San Pablo Avenue and more.

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Berkeley Mayor Celebrates New Protected Bike Lanes with Ribbon Cutting

Berkeley Mayor Celebrates New Protected Bike Lanes with Ribbon Cutting

Bike East Bay counts on your support to win big victories for peole who bike. Join as a member or renew today to build a safe and well-connected biking network all across the East Bay....
Buses and Bikes Play Nice on Hearst Avenue

Buses and Bikes Play Nice on Hearst Avenue

Hearst Avenue is Berkeley’s newest protected bikeway—running six blocks from Shattuck Avenue uphill to Euclid Avenue—and the second to open within the past two months near UC Berkeley. It is now safer and easier to walk, bike, and take transit near campus thanks to new green-painted protected...
Bike Lane Boom

Bike Lane Boom

By Dave Campbell, Advocacy Director A version of this article first appeared in the Fall 2017 issue of Bike East Bay’s RideOn magazine, one of many benefits of membership....
Guide to New Bancroft Way

Guide to New Bancroft Way

The new Bancroft Way features a two-way protected bike lane (cycle track) that connects Fulton Street’s protected bike lane to UC Berkeley’s cross-campus bikeways and Dana Street’s bike lane. The new cycle track allows you to bike uphill for the first time on Bancroft Way. Additionally, the new...

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