Los Angeles County Bicycle Master Plan
Los Angeles County Public Works (PW) is updating the Los Angeles County Bicycle Master Plan (BMP). The current BMP was last updated in 2012 and established a vision for the future of biking in the County. The BMP will serve as a guide for the development of safe and accessible bikeways and paths within unincorporated Los Angeles County and along County flood control district channels. The BMP will propose new bikeways, revisit the feasibility of unconstructed bikeways from the 2012 plan, incorporate new policies to share bikeway facilities with micro-mobility devices, identify first/last mile bikeway improvements to further connect to transit stations and bus stops, and prepare for the programmatic environmental impact report.
The BMP will engage with community members, community-based organizations (CBOs), and advisory committees to develop an inclusive and representative BMP. The BMP will be finalized in early 2025.
Vision: Make bicycling safe, convenient, and accessible for all ages and abilities in Los Angeles County
- Equity. Invest in underserved, pollution-burdened communities that are most dependent on active transportation.
- Safety. Prioritize bicycle projects that improve the safety of our streets.
- Mode Shift. Increase the number of biking and multimodal trips.
- Transparency. Be responsive, transparent, and accountable to our communities and regional partners.
Project Timeline and Public Engagement
Winter 2023 -
Winter 2023 - Spring 2023
REVIEW CURRENT BIKING CONDITIONS AND 2012 BMP
Learn about the project and share your biking experiences
REVIEW PROPOSED NETWORK AND POLICIES
Review proposed updates and share your experiences
Winter 2024 -
Winter 2024 - Spring 2024
PRIORITIZED NETWORK AND IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY
Let us know what you think is important and why
Summer 2024 -
Summer 2024 - Fall 2024
PROGRAMMATIC ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT AND DRAFT PLAN
Learn about the environmental process and provide feedback on the plan
Fall 2024 -
Fall 2024 - Winter 2025
FINAL BICYCLE MASTER PLAN UPDATE
View the final plan and build momentum for implementation