The City of Fresno is introducing some new bicycle facilities to encourage safe transportation diversity. Here is what you need to know!
Class IV Cycle Tracks: Class IV Cycle Tracks or Protected Cycle Tracks provide a physical barrier between the bike lane and moto vehicle traffic, creating a safer cycling zone.
Sharrows (aka Shared Lane Markings): Sharrows are located in the through travel lane or the right turn lane. They indicate a shared lane environment for bicycles and cars where a bike lane is not possible.
Everyone on the road is still required to obey all traffic laws. Sharing the road is easy! To learn more, please watch the videos provided below or visit fresno.gov/bpac.
- Vision Zero Action Plan – Under Development
- Active Transportation Plan (ATP) Update – In Process
- Palm & Belmont Class IV Bike Lanes
- Van Ness, Fulton/Wishon Cycle Track
- Barstow Class IV Bike Lanes
- Tulare Complete Streets – 6th to Cedar Bike Lanes
- First Street Class IV Bikeway – Olive to Ventura (Completed)
- First Street Class IV Bikeway – Tulare to Olive (Completed)
- Ashlan – Hayes to Cornelia Bike Lanes
- Midtown Trail – Blackstone to Clovis Avenue (Partial Completion)
- Veterans Boulevard Trail, Bicycle Facilities (Completed)
- Fancher Creek Trail – Clovis to Fowler (In Design)
- MLK Center Active Transportation Infrastructure
- Peach – Butler to Florence Bike Lanes
- Blackstone- McKinley to Shields Bike Lanes (In Design)
Existing Bike Facilities
Want to know where to ride around the City of Fresno? Click our interactive map of our biking facilities to plan your route!