District 4 Pedestrian & Bicycle Program

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District 4 Complete Streets Highlights for 2018

A complete street is a transportation facility that is planned, designed, operated, and maintained to provide safe mobility for all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit vehicles.

Click here to see highlights of accomplishments and best practices for complete streets on State highways in Caltrans District 4, which covers the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area.

The Central Avenue / Interstate 80 (I-80) underpass in Richmond leads to a lot of great places—the San Francisco Bay Trail, Point Isabel Dog Park and the El Cerrito Plaza BART station, to name a few. We want your ideas on how to transform the underpass into a high-quality pedestrian and bicycle connection!

Join us a Community Workshop to share ideas on the project design.

For more info, visit the project webpage.

The Caltrans District 4 Bike Plan final report is now available!

The report summarizes the process in developing the Plan, which builds on the 2017 California State Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan, Toward an Active California, evaluates bicycle needs on and across the State Transportation Network in District 4, and prioritizes improvements to develop and support an integrated bicycle network for the Bay Area.

For more info, visit the D4 Bike Plan website.

In conjunction with the District 4 Bicycle Plan, A Guide to Bikeway Classification was developed to clarify the types of bicycle facilities. It also includes examples of techniques that can improve the safety and operations of bicyclists at intersections. Click the cover image below to view the guide.

The Caltrans District 4 Bike Map covers the State highway system within the nine Bay Area counties, showing which State highways are open to bicyclists, where they are prohibited, and an alternate route available where bicycling is prohibited. This map is for informational purposes only and should not be used for bicycling directions.

D4 State Highway System Bike Map

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The Caltrans District 4 Pedestrian and Bicycle Program performs design review on various projects within the State Highway System affecting pedestrians and bicyclists and coordinates District 4 Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee activities.

Questions or comments? Contact Sergio Ruiz, Caltrans District 4 Pedestrian and Bicycle Coordinator

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