– Bellflower Boulevard between Atherton Street and Colorado Street
This project will connect Long Beach Bike Path 38 (Atherton Street) and CSULB to the the Marine Stadium and future 6th Street Bike Boulevard.
-Protected lanes on Spring Street and Orange Avenue
The city is currently in the community input phase for proposed protected lanes, as part of the bicycle network’s “Backbone Project.”
More than 14 additional miles of bike boulevards are funded and will be built in the near future:
– The Daisy Avenue Corridor Bike Boulevard
This project will extend from Ocean Boulevard on the south all the way to the northern boundary of the city. It will run directly past Hamilton Middle School, Jordan High School, Hughes Middle School, Longfellow Elementary, and connect via bike lanes to many other schools and parks.
– The 6th Street Bike Boulevard from Junipero Avenue to Bellflower Boulevard
This project will serve Luther Burbank Elementary School, Recreation Park and Colorado Lagoon. It will provide cyclists an alternative route apart from the busy 7th street traffic.
– The 15th Street Bike Boulevard from Magnolia Avenue to Pacific Coast Highway.
This project will provide a mid-city East/West corridor for cyclists and provide access to Poly High School, Robert E. Lee Elementary, and CSULB’s Beachside College.
Click on the following links to learn more about our various infrastructure: