Bicycles & Pedestrians
City of Boca Raton Bike Map Brochure - UPDATED
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The City of Boca Raton has long been committed to providing bike riders and pedestrians with safe accommodations for both travel and recreation. With over 84-miles of bike lanes as well as shared-use pathways and trails, the City's transportation network continues to be enhanced by unique and highly successful projects.
The Bicycles/Pedestrians Program is designed to improve access to existing facilities and programs, and to increase the public awareness of bicyclists and other pedestrian users of pathways and roadways through the application of four areas:
- Engineering: Designing, improving, and expanding bike lanes, shared-use paths, bike routes, and sidewalks by taking bold steps to provide safer road systems and sidewalks that will make Boca Raton truly "Bicycle and Pedestrian Friendly."
- Education: Providing knowledge and skills necessary to reduce conflicts between bicycles, pedestrians, and motor vehicles, including helping children develop safe traffic behavior, such as stopping at the edge, searching left-right-left, scanning to the rear, signaling, and avoiding hazards.
- Encouragement: Promoting biking and walking as a healthy and cost-saving alternative to driving around Boca Raton.
- Enforcement: Promoting public safety through the enforcement of traffic laws that protect bicyclists and pedestrians.
2021 City of Boca Raton Awarded Bronze Bicycle Friendly Community Award
The City was one of 55 destinations nationwide to be awarded a Bronze Bicycle Friendly Community Award by the League of American Bicyclists – again! The City previously received this recognition in 2018 – and has held this designation since 2003. The League represents bicyclists in the movement to create safer roads, stronger communities, and a Bicycle Friendly AmericaSM – through education, advocacy, and promotion.
The City’s Bronze Award designation is valid for four years, through 2025.