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The City now has seven Bicycle Aid Stations around Arvada. Parks staff will evaluate use levels as well as durability and determine if additional aid stations may be installed at other Arvada
Arvada boasts a strong culture of recreational bicycle riding, but residents also ride with purpose: for both health and utility. The City’s Comprehensive Plan and Bike Master Plan
The City of Arvada was awarded a grant through Adams County Open Space to improve pedestrian and bicycle connectivity on Tennyson Street from the Clear Creek Trail to W 64th Avenue. This project
On this page you can find information about on-going and recently completed projects that help people walk and bicycle around Arvada.
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Go to Speak Up Arvada
The policy recommendation is planned to be brought to City Council in 2021.
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The 2017 Bicycle Master Plan is designed to make Arvada a place where bicycling is a safe, convenient, and efficient option for every trip and was approved by City Council in October 2017. The plan
Beginning in April through October, Bicycle Colorado will be offering their "Learn to Ride" classes at the Arvada Bicycle Training Center. For all the dates and more information about the classes
The Bicycle Recycle Program is a partnership between the City and the Golden/Arvada Lake Arbor Optimists. Bikes that are no longer used are collected, refurbished and then distributed
The City of Arvada strives to provide opportunities for active and healthy living.
The City of Arvada is committed to making bicycling a safe, convenient, and efficient option
, Public Works will be able to collect data, make design changes, and measure outcomes from strategies that aim to enhance street safety for all users, whether walking, bicycling, or driving. Based
the Sustain Arvada Plan page and download related documents.
2017 Bike Master Plan
Adopted by City Council in October 2017, the goals of the Bicycle Master Plan
The Arvada City Council approved a micromobility pilot program on August 16, 2021 which allows shared mobility devices (electric scooters, shared bicycle and e-bikes). The program allows
at ways to improve mobility and safety along the corridor for people bicycling, walking, and driving. The 2017 Bicycle Master Plan identified this corridor as the most important bike route in the city
which may include electric scooters, shared bicycles, and e-bikes to be used in a one-mile radius around RTD G Line stations in Arvada.
The Arvada City Council approved a shared micromobility
The Arvada community is served by a multi-modal transportation system that includes easy access to the regional and national road system, a regional mass transit system, bicycle and pedestrian
All residents within 1/2 mile of an Arvada park
Miles of Bicycle/Pedestrian Trails
154 miles of off-street trails
Acres of Parks and Open Space
trailhead gathering area to serve multiple uses, consisting of an iconic shade shelter, paved plaza, seating, bicycle racks and bicycle repair station, drinking fountain / water bottle fill station
to submit a proposal for this opportunity to create a large-scale mural centered around bicycle imagery and motifs.
This mural will cover four large areas of the ground and one entrance sidewalk
as a participant.
About Arvada's Bike System
The City of Arvada boasts 125 miles of off-street bikeways and 56 miles of on-street bike lanes. Arvada's bicycle infrastructure and the City's ability to manage
you’re driving a vehicle, riding a bicycle or walking through the intersection.
Crossings Along G Line
There are three types of crossings along the G Line: Pre-signal, T-intersection or Traditional