Commission Adopted Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan
Adopted by City Commission in 2014, The City of Coral Gables’ Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan proposes more than 27 miles of new or improved bikeways, sidewalks and crosswalks. It recommends a comprehensive expansion of bike infrastructure that will appeal to all types of users. As people increasingly choose to use a bicycle as a mode of transportation, vehicular traffic is reduced and calmed, balancing the transportation system and contributing to a more vibrant and livable Coral Gables.
Can you imagine commuting to work while having fun and de-stressing? Can you imagine riding a bike with your family without the worry of being hit by a car? That’s probably the opposite of what you experience now but Coral Gables is working to provide safe bicycling options and encouraging you to try it.
For more information about bicycling in Coral Gables contact Jessica A. Keller, Assistant Public Works Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 305-460-5618.
Do you know what the different types of bike facilities might look like on your street?
Many people think a bike path is "just a bike path" but not all bike facilities are the same, nor do they provide the same benefits.
We selected a sample street to illustrate how each type of facility would look on the roadway.