“They come here to bike.” Those words will be on the lips of residents of five counties if local agencies implement the recommendations of CalBike and its partners for improvements to the roads and services for bike tourists in San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Calaveras, Tuolumne, and Alpine counties.
The recommendations are being finalized this week. Learn about them at the last public meeting on Tuesday, May 25.
The meeting will discuss proposed improvements in five areas:
San Joaquin County: Woodbridge/Lodi Area
Proposed Bike Trail: EBMUD Aqueduct
Stanislaus County: Oakdale/Knights Ferry
Proposed Bike Trail: River Trail
Calaveras County: SR-4 Murphys – Angels Camp Corridor
Proposed Bike Trail: Angels Camp to New Melones Reservoir
Tuolumne County: Jamestown-Columbia-Sonora Loop
Alpine County: Safety on State Routes
This is your opportunity to tell us about your cycling experiences in the targeted areas. You’ll be able to present your ideas and identify needed road improvements based on your observations.
You can’t come, but have ideas? That’s OK. Send your ideas about priority improvements, attractions to highlight, or anything else, to email@example.com.
For more information on the project, visit bikevalleytosierra.com