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By working to make it safe and convenient for more people to take more trips by bike, we’re helping make the Sacramento region a cleaner, healthier, happier place to live and work.

Browse through our website to find out more about our current projects and programs and some of the ways you can help us build the movement.

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Hillsdale Blvd.

Driver kills Foothill Farms boy

Tragic news from the Foothill Farms area: This morning a 13-year-old boy riding to school on the sidewalk was killed by a driver leaving a parking lot on Hillsdale Blvd. near Palm Ave. Our thoughts are with the victim, the…..

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Christmas bike

Make the most of your new bike

If a new bike arrived at your house this holiday season, here are some tips to make sure you’re ready to roll. 1. Get it checked. If your bike came from a big-box store, have your local bike shop check…..

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Current Projects & Programs

3-foot passing

Vision Zero

A growing number of cities in the U.S. and in Europe – including Sacramento – have embraced Vision Zero, an approach to planning safety improvements conceived in Sweden in the late 1990s that sets the goal of preventing severe injuries…..

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McKinley Village

Project review

As private development and public works projects continue to change the face of our region, we work hard to ensure that traveling by bike becomes more — not less — convenient and safe. We do this in a number of…..

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The Squeaky Wheel

Chris Shultz on ARP

Sacramento County Parks is implementing a pilot program to allow off-pavement bicycling in the Lower American River Parkway. Also, Sacramento embraces Vision Zero, new hires, supporting SABA and more - read it all in this month's Squeaky Wheel.

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