Lodi Greenline Feasibility Study

SJCOG is assisting the City of Lodi, in partnershLodi Greenline Trail logo - rough -01 (002)ip with Bike Lodi, in delivering the Lodi Greenline Feasibility Study. The Lodi Greenline is envisioned to provide safe, convenient, and comfortable access to local destinations for people walking, biking, and rolling. The scope of this study includes understanding physical, social, and cultural context of the both the railroad and the local community; engaging the public in a series of virtual and in-person workshops; and developing alternative concepts for the Lodi Greenline.


Help shape the vision for the Lodi Greenline. SJCOG, Bike Lodi and the City of Lodi are studying the feasibility of converting an unused Union Pacific rail spur into the Lodi Greenline Trail to connect Downtown Lodi to Woodbridge for biking and walking.

Take a short survey to share your vision for the Lodi Greenline Trail. Help make the Lodi Greenline a true representation of the Lodi community. Survey to close Nov. 5, 2021.



Summer 2021: Project Start

  • Team tours the site
  • Discovery analysis

Fall 2021: Engagement and Feasibility Concepts

  • Online Survey and Interactive Map
  • Youth Brainstorming Workshop
  • In-person Community Workshop*
  • Develop alternative concepts

Winter 2021-2022: Draft and Finalize Feasibility Study

  • Develop Cost Estimates and Identify Potential Funding Sources
  • Study session with Improvement Committee. Planning Commission, and Recreation Commission
  • Finalize Feasibility Study
  • Present to City Council

*As conditions allow


  1. Project Study Area Map
  1. Kim Anderson

    Deputy Director of Planning
    Phone: 209-310-0884

  2. Isaiah Anderson

    Assistant Regional Planner
    Phone: 209-235-0452