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.

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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Dublin Blvd Bike Lane 3-Month Summer Pilot Proposal

Dublin Blvd Bike Lane 3-Month Summer Pilot Proposal

  Dublin Boulevard  Bike Lane Proposal   Proposal: As part of a 3-month pilot project during Summer 2014, stripe bikes lanes on Dublin Blvd by reducing the travel lanes from 6 to 4 lanes, keeping the center turn pockets Survey customers before and after the 3-month pilot to better understand...
EBBC's Pilot of Bike Lanes on Dublin Blvd Expands

EBBC's Pilot of Bike Lanes on Dublin Blvd Expands

Our push for a pilot test of bike lanes on Dublin Blvd has expanded to include an additional push to accelerate implementation of new and better bike lanes connecting to Dublin Blvd, including bike lanes on Village Parkway, Regional, St. Patrick Way and Amador Plaza, better bike lanes on Amador...
Federal Help for Two East Bay Bikeways at National Bike Summit

Federal Help for Two East Bay Bikeways at National Bike Summit

At last week’s National Bike Summit, Bike East Bay sought Federal support for two important bikeway projects: 1) the Bay Trail along the Oakland Estuary and 2) bike lanes on Dublin Blvd. For the Bay Trail, we met staff of Representative Barbara Lee (CA 9) and Representative John Garamendi (CA 3...

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