Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan
Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan

The entire 2010 Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan with the Design Guidelines and a Bicycle Map/Safety Brochure are available for viewing.

The goal of a Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan is to set forth a blueprint for bicycle and pedestrian facilities throughout the city to enhance bicycle and walking as appropriate and healthful transportation choices for San Leandro residents.

Both the Plan and the Guidelines were reviewed by the Planning Commission, the Council's Facility and Transportation Committee, and the full City Council. The City Council adopted the Plan at its February 7, 2011 meeting.

Funding for the update of the Plan was provided by Measure B Bicycle & Pedestrian funds administered by the Alameda County Transportation Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC). Information regarding this and other regional 'Measure B' funded projects/programs can be found on Alameda CTC's website at

The Plan is a very large document and can take some time to download. To view a portion of the Plan , it has been broken down by chapter for easier downloading.

Bicycle Pedestrian Master Plan

Executive Summary and Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Goals and Policies
Chapter 3: Bicycle and Network
Chapter 4: Pedestrian Network
Chapter 5: Safety, Education and Enforcement
Chapter 6: Implementation
Appendixes A-F


On February 7, 2011, the City Council established a permanent Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC). The first meeting of this new committee was held on June 14, 2011. The sixth meeting of BPAC will be held Wednesday, November 5, 2014, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm.   We will meet at the South Office Conference Room (next to the Police Department) in the San Leandro Civic Center complex. Tentatively, we will focus on the following three topics:

1.         Preview of the General Plan Update  

2.         Review Capital Improvement Projects

3.         Review AC Transit Comprehensive Operations Analysis Recommendations

For more information, call Senior Transportation Engineer Reh-Lin Chen at (510) 577-3438.