Cambridge Bicycle Plan
Note: This page is about the 2015 Cambridge Bicycle Plan. For information about the Cambridge Bicycle Plan 2020 process, visit the Bicycle Plan 2020 webpage.
Cambridge Bicycle Plan: Toward a Bikeable Future
The Cambridge Bicycle Plan (2015) was developed with the input of thousands of people who care about our city.
There are many factors that contribute to Cambridge’s bike friendliness. The compact nature of the city has helped to support the growth of bicycling in the city, as has the strong student population, dynamic workforce, and residents who choose Cambridge because of its livability. Cambridge’s robust bicycle infrastructure is also responsible for the ever-increasing numbers. Many sections of Cambridge are well served by bicycle-friendly infrastructure, but there are still significant gaps and areas in need of improvement.
The Cambridge Bicycle Plan lays out a vision for where we as a city want to be. The fundamental guiding principle for this plan is to enable people of all ages and abilities to bicycle safely and comfortably throughout the city. This plan provides the framework for developing a network of Complete Streets and supporting programs and policies that will help meet this goal.
The Plan is divided into chapters - each chapter can be accessed below.
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