Trails & Bikeways

Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan
Bicyclists, pedestrians, joggers and other bicycle and pedestrian facility users received good news in October 2014 when the City updated the Bikeways Master Plan and adopted the City’s first Pedestrian Plan. The first Bikeways Master Plan was adopted in 2007. The newly adopted Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan combines an update to the Dublin Bikeways Master Plan and the City’s first Pedestrian Plan into a comprehensive document that provides policies, network plans, prioritized project lists, support programs and best practice design guidelines for bicycling and walking in Dublin.

Policies in the plan include the continued development of successful bicycle and pedestrian trail corridors, improved bicycle access to parks and open space areas, improved bicycle lanes and/or routes on several key cross-city corridors, bikeways on key freeway crossings, the development of education and enforcement programs and improvements to the City’s Bicycle Parking Ordinance.

Several noteworthy updates have been made to the Dublin Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan, including:
  • Updated bicycle network classifications featuring buffered streets and green pavement
  • Grant ready concept drawings and fact sheets for three bicycle and pedestrian priority projects
  • Existing walking conditions and proposed pedestrian improvements with a baseline inventory and recommended projects within Downtown Dublin
Click the link to the left to view the Plan
Bicycle Safety Classes
The City of Dublin teams up with Bike East Bay to offer bicycle education classes throughout the year. Upcoming Classes include:
Adult Bike Safety Class:

How to Prevent Bike Theft

 Learn how to protect your bike from theft at these one-hour, indoor workshops. Topics include locking techniques, secure parking options, bike registration, and tips on how to recover a stolen bike.

Saturday, February 27
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Dublin Library Program Room
Classroom session, no bike required
Register at to participate

Adult Bike Safety Class:
Urban Cycling 101

This fun and interactive workshop is taught by one of our instructors certified by the League of American Bicyclists.
This class will cover:
• Basic rules of the road
• How to equip your bicycle
• Fit your helmet
• Avoid bike theft 
• Ride after dark
• Avoid common crashes
Participants will receive a free reflective vest. 

Saturday, April 2, 2016
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Dublin Library Program Room
Indoor workshop for adults and teens
Ages 13 and older
Classroom session, no bike required
Register at to participate.

Adult Bike Safety Class:
Urban Cycling 201

Participate in on-road, on-your-bike practice sessions; working in small groups with Bike East Bay's certified instructors. 
Class will cover:

•  Bike handling skills
•  Crash-avoidance maneuvers 
•  How to bike confidently on any street

Each participant receives a free set of bike lights. Attendance at an Urban Cycling 101 classroom workshop is a prerequisite to participating in this class.

Saturday, April 9, 2016
10:00 am – 3:30 pm
Dublin Library Program Room

Ages 13 and older
5.5-hour, indoor and outdoor workshop for adults and teens. 
Attendees must bring working bicycles and helmets to class and be able to ride in order to participate.
Registration required at 

Bicycling in Dublin

  • Bikes and BART: The BART Board of Directors has elected to allow bicycles on all BART trains at all times in all stations, with some restrictions. Visit the BART website to learn more.
  • Alamo Canal Trail / I-580 Undercrossing: Read about this major Dublin trail improvement.
Bikeways & Pedestrian Projects Workshop
Residents are encouraged to attend the City’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Workshops hosted twice a year. Information about new bicycle and pedestrian projects will be shared and attendees will be available to provide feedback on current and future pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure
Contact Us
Please fill out our Notify Me form if you are interested in receiving emails about upcoming bike programs and events in Dublin. For further information about local bikeways or the Bikeway Master Plan, please contact Public Works at 925-833-6630.