The newly released City of Pasadena 2015 Bicycle Transportation Action Plan outlines educational, engagement, enforcement, evaluation, and funding strategies designed to increase bicyclist safety and create a more bike-friendly community in Pasadena. The plan provides details for a network of bikeways so that every neighborhood is within 1/4 mile of an effective bicycling route. It calls for the installation of the buffered lanes, cycle tracks, and bike boulevards along 10 corridors.
Some of Pasadena’s Bicycle Transportation Action Plan objectives include (1) reducing bicycle-involved crash rate by 25%, (2) working with schools to implement Safe Routes to Schools programs, and (3) making bicycle parking available and accessible.
To view other bicycle master plans, explore our comprehensive list of California’s Bicycle Master Plans.