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A list of streets with safe bike lanes.
3rd, 4th, 7th, 10th, 11th, 13th, and 17th.
In the Rose Garden neighborhood:
Berryessa, northeast of 17th.
Maybury (Taylor), northeast of 21st.
Almaden, Cambrian, and Blossom Hill:
Curtner, east of Leigh (becomes Tully). Bike lane continues to Eastridge.
Leigh, south of Curtner all the way to Blossom Hill
Cherry, south of Curtner
Pearl, between Branham and Capitol Expressway
*The 11-member San Jose Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) is appointed by city council and meets monthly to discuss bicycle and pedestrian related policy and concerns.
*San Jose's Bike Plan 2020 details the city's plans to expand and improve bicycle access throughout the city and on area transit.
*The San Jose Department of Transportation page on bicycling links to plans, maps, and other resources.
Local bicycling organizations
*The Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition promotes bicycling for everyday transportation throughout Santa Clara and San Mateo counties.
*The San Jose Bike Clinic teaches San Jose residents to fix and maintain their bikes at their monthly Skill Share meetups and as volunteers at other events.
*The San Jose Bike Party coordinates fun, informal rides. Most rides start at 8pm on the third Friday of the month and go for about 20 miles. They also coordinate a longer, annual Bike the Limits ride and an annual Ladies' Ride.
*One Square Mile is a bicycling blog written by local cyclist and BPAC member Carlos Babcock.