Bike Lanes: On the Path to Comprehensive Mobility
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    Bike Lanes: On the Path to Comprehensive Mobility

    With the recent completion of the new bike lane featured along Rushing in the northeast, the City Council direction to become the lowest car dependent City in the Southwest continues in motion.

    As part of the Transportation Policy Plan incorporated in the Council Strategic Plan, the expansion of existing bike lanes in the Bikeway System and the creation of new bike paths were highlighted as a mechanism to convert the city into a less car- reliant community. The following areas citywide feature over 110 miles of bike paths available for public use:

    • Artcraft
    • Ascarate Park
    • Campbell
    • Doniphan
    • George Dieter
    • Joe Battle
    • LOOP 375-Purple Heart Memorial Highway
    • LOOP 375-Woodrow Bean Transmountain
    • McCombs
    • McKelligon Canyon
    • Missouri
    • North Loop
    • Pueblo Viejo Park
    • Railroad
    • Raynor
    • Resler
    • RE Thomason
    • Rushing
    • San Jose
    • Wyoming
    • Yandell
    Click here to see map

    In an effort to successfully integrate and use areas with existing bike lanes as alternate modes of transportation, the public is reminded to practice caution when driving in these areas to allow for comprehensive mobility.

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