The City’s Bicycle Program works to make Austin an even greater city for biking. Our work is guided by the 2014 Austin Bicycle Plan. Austin is following this plan for becoming a city with a complete bike network—and a community where people of all ages and abilities experience biking as safe, comfortable, convenient and fun. We hope this website will encourage you to try biking for short trips around town. Biking is a “green” and affordable choice for transportation—and a fun way to get daily fitness in the outdoors. Austin is already designated a Gold Level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists.

To plan a comfortable bike ride, see the online Austin Bike Map, which displays available routes by reported comfort level.

Where would you like to see new urban trails, on-street bikeways, or improved street crossings in Austin? Using the ATX Walk Bike Roll Public Input Map, you can show us where you’d like to see new or improved routes for walking, biking, or rolling. The input map is available now through March 6, 2022. All public input received through the map will be evaluated to update the City of Austin’s plans for urban trails, bikeways, and sidewalks – including improved street crossings.

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