If you’ve been driving around downtown San Jose this week, you couldn’t be blamed for thinking you’d stumbled onto an obstacle course or a graveyard of abandoned vehicles. Cars and trucks are parked side by side, bikes are zipping in and out of traffic and drivers are dodging workers who are busy painting crosswalks It’s the unfortunate growing pains of the Better BikewaySJ project, which aims to create safer, more protected paths for bicyclists as well as traffic-calming mea
The City of San José is starting a one-year process to update its Bike Plan, and we need to hear from you – whether you ride a bike or not. You experience San José streets every day, and your input is an indispensable and vital part of this plan.
Help us create a San José where biking is a regular and common activity for people of all ages and abilities.
Let us know: How can we make biking easier and more comfortable? What needs to improve for you to either start making s
Please join the City of San Jose Department of Transportation to learn more about the shared bicycles and scooters that are currently operating in the Downtown area. This event will have two parts: Demonstration (4:30-7:30 pm) - Community members may try bicycles and scooters. Operators and city staff will be available to answer questions and take feedback. Community Meeting (6:30-7:30 pm) - City staff will present proposed regulations for bikes, scooters, and similar devices