Take the SANDAG bicycling survey
Through an online survey of bicycle riding habits, SANDAG is gathering information that will directly influence the final form of a comprehensive system of bicycle routes throughout the region.
SANDAG held well-attended workshops on the San Diego Regional Bicycle Plan on June 24 and 25. A second set of workshops, scheduled for October, will feature recommended plan alternatives and provide an opportunity to offer ideas on refining those alternatives. SANDAG created the survey to obtain as much public input as possible during this initial phase before moving forward with the development of the plan.
The short survey will help SANDAG determine where the gaps are in the region’s current system of bike paths, travel patterns, options for new routes, and other important factors that influence how the network should develop in the future.
Currently, the San Diego region has more than 1,000 miles of bikeways – mostly in-street bike paths, but also some separate rights of way. When complete, the San Diego Regional Bicycle Plan will encourage the development of a unified bicycle system throughout the region. It will serve the needs of bicycle riders by identifying the best ways to provide connections to local and regional activity centers, transit facilities, and regional trail systems.
Chris Kluth, Associate Land Use/Transportation Planner