As part of its Climate Action Plan to become a more sustainable City, the City of San Diego is focusing on creating more options for mobility. These efforts include expanding bike lanes, creating new bike routes and encouraging more people to choose bicycling. Below are information and links that can help bicyclists get around town
The following bike maps are available to help you plan your ride:
San Diego Regional Bike Map - A paper copy of the San Diego Regional Bike Map is available at most local bike shops or at the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) office located at 401 B St., Suite 800, San Diego, CA 92101.
There are three types of bicycle facilities identified in the California Highway Design Manual. Bike paths (Class I), bike lanes (Class II), bike routes (Class III) and cycle tracks (Class IV).
Sharrows are pavement markings that have been installed on City streets to provide guidance for both bicyclists and vehicles on roadways when sharing the road.