Bicycles & Pedestrians

Woman riding bicycle on El Rio Trail

The City of Boca Raton has long been committed to ensuring the safety and convenience of cyclists and pedestrians. With an extensive network of over 84-miles of bike lanes, shared pathways, and trails, our innovative projects continue to enhance transportation options.

Through the Bicycles/Pedestrians Program, we aim to:

  • Engineer: Design, improve, and enhance bike lanes, shared-use paths, routes, and sidewalks, creating a safer and more pedestrian-friendly city.
  • Educate: Educate the public on safe traffic behavior, reducing conflicts between cyclists, pedestrians, and vehicles.
  • Encourage: Promote biking and walking as healthy and eco-friendly alternatives to driving.
  • Enforce: Enforce traffic laws to protect bicyclists and pedestrians, ensuring public safety.

Bicycles on Transit

Use the links below to view bicycle policies for the various transit agencies that provide service in Boca Raton:

Bicycle Locker Registration

Bicycle lockers are a convenient and safe way to store and protect your bicycle and bicycle accessories. Visit the Tri-Rail Bicycle Locker Program website to receive information on bicycle lockers within the City of Boca Raton.

New Bike Map Brochure

NEW Biking in the City of Boca Raton Bike Map

Check out the City of Boca Raton Bike Map Brochure (PDF) with important safety information, new bike laws and comprehensive map. Download and/or print today OR pick up a copy at City Hall or one of our Community Centers. 

2021 Bronze Bicycle Friendly Community AwardBike Friendly City - Bronze

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.

To read more about the City’s award, visit The League of American Bicyclists.