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Better bike lanes

We've installed many bike lanes in Boston. Now we're working to make them better.

Through the Go Boston 2030 process, City residents envisioned better bike facilities. You asked for bike lanes that would be more comfortable and safe. You also asked for better bicycling connections between homes, jobs, schools, and open space. You can learn more about our efforts to build better bike lanes below.
Still have questions? Contact:
Boston Bikes
1 City Hall Square, Room 721
Boston, MA 02201

About our work

Boston has a large network of conventional bike lanes. These lanes dedicate about five feet of space in the street for bicycling. As we’ve added bike lanes across the City, more people have chosen to ride a bike to work, to the T, to farmers markets, or just for fun.

But, many people don’t feel comfortable riding in conventional bike lanes. That’s why we are creating more routes with separation between drivers and bicyclists. We're also creating traffic-calmed local streets. We want to provide comfortable, safe places for biking and also make the streets safer for everyone.

Bike Lane Types

Learn about the different bike lane types in the City of Boston.

Bike Lane Types

Design Elements

View the different bike lane design elements in the City

Design Elements