BICYCLE MASTER PLAN
The City of Redlands Bicycle Master Plan provides a vision for improving the bicycling environment by providing direction for the expansion of the existing bikeway network, connection of gaps, recommendations for bicycle support facilities, and education and awareness programs.
Download PDF of Redlands Bicycle Master Plan (35 mb, may take awhile to download)
BIKE INFO SERIES
The City currently offers three primary types of cycling infrastructures. Follow the links below for details and pictures of each classification.
Class I: Entirely off street offering the highest level of riding comfort and safety. The City's Orange Blossom Trail offers miles of class I riding through the City.
Class II: Designated by painted stripes, signs and painted bike symbols.
Class III: Designated by sharrows and offers many miles of riding on streets with lower traffic speeds or volumes.
Bike Boxes: Places riders in front of traffic at intersections, increasing cyclist visibility and improving left turn safety.
(CLICK MAP FOR INTERACTIVE VERSION)
CURRENT BIKE PROJECTS:
ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL PHASE III
The third phase of the Orange Blossom Trail will extend from the current trailhead at Redlands Blvd and California Street west along the Mission Zanja to the City's limits at Mountain View Avenue. The $1,080,850 project is made possible by a $918,722 Transportation Development Act grant matched by $162,128 from the City's Palmetto Grove Fund. The project is expected to finish in 2017.
ORANGE STREET BIKE WAY
The Orange Street bikeway project will install a class I off-street bike path along Orange and Pioneer streets connecting the Redlands and Highland cycling networks and providing a convenient route for Citrus Valley High School students to commute by bike. The approximately $4.5 million project is jointly managed by Highland and Redlands and is 96% funded by grants from California's Active Transportation Program and the Transportation Development Act. Estimated year of completion is 2020.
MSRC GRANT PROJECT
This project will add approximately 16 miles of class II bike lanes to the City's bike grid. Streets were selected for inclusion in the project based on priority routes identified in the City's 2015 Bike Master Plan. The $250,000 project is jointly funded by a grant from the South Coast Air Quality Management District's (SCAQMD) Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC) and the City's subvention fund. Installation of the bike lanes is being coordinated with the PARIS paving program. The project is expected to finish in 2017.
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