What is Active Transportation?

Active Transportation is any self-propelled mode of transportation, such as walking, bicycling, or skateboarding. These modes promote more active lifestyles and decrease residents’ reliance on vehicle transportation. The number of residents using active transportation to commute to work peaked in 2013 at more than 8,000 residents.
Woman Walking


Bicycling is rapidly regaining popularity as a viable transportation option — bicycling is cheaper than car transportation and keeps you healthy and in-shape!

San Joaquin County contains more than 250 miles of bicycle paths, lanes, and routes, each with distinct classifications.
Class I- Bicycle Path
A completely separated right-of-way for the exclusive use of bicycles and pedestrians with minimum cross-flow.
Class II- Bicycle Lane
A striped lane for one-way bicycle travel on a streets or highway adjacent to auto travel lanes.
Class III- Bicycle Route
A shared use road for both pedestrians and motorized vehicle traffic.

Image of bike lane classes 

Total Miles of Bicycle Thoroughfares within San Joaquin County
Total miles of bikeways

Helpful Links  

San Joaquin Council of Governments

Regional Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Safe Routes to School Master Plan     
Stockton Existing Bikeway Map (Static Map)

External Links

San Joaquin Bike Coalition
Stockton Bike Club


Existing and Future Bikeway Plan
Bicycle Plan Project Fact Sheet
Interactive Bicycle Master Plan
Stockton Existing Bikeways Map (Interactive)


Lodi Bicycle Master Plan 
Lodi Exisiting Bikeways Map (Interactive)


Bicycle Master Plan
Map of Bikeways


Bicycle Master Plan