Dallas Bikeway System


Dallas Bikeway System

​​Overview

The Dallas Bike Plan is a community–driven planning effort that was adopted by the Dallas City Council on June 8, 2011 to update the 1985 Dallas Bike Plan. It uses an innovative implementation strategy and recommendations for complimentary policies and programs. The Dallas Bikeway System includes on-street and off-street bicycle routes. The plan’s implementation strategy includes a list of demonstration/early implementation projects, as well as the general prioritization of projects for future implementation.

With the North Central Texas Council of Governments as the City’s partner, this plan recommends inter-jurisdictional connections as a part of the Bikeway System network. It is also a design guide “addendum”  to compliment Dallas Complete Streets and is a bicycle planning “template” recommended for other municipalities within the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

2011 Dallas Bike Plan  

2011 Dallas Bike Addendum

Dallas Bikeway System Network Map      

Bicycle Routes & Trails Map

Dallas Nature Trails

Dallas Bikeway Implementation Counter

​Shared Lanes​35.5 miles
​Bike Lanes​10.4 miles
​Protected Bike Lanes​2.7 miles
​Multi-Use Pathways (Trails)​140 miles
​Total​188.6 miles (as of January 2016)


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