The 2010 Bicycle Plan proposes to establish a total 1,633 miles of designated bikeways. Within the 1,633 miles, the Plan created a blueprint for the development of a Citywide and Neighborhood Bikeways Network, a comprehensive and integrated pair of bicycle networks utilizing designated city streets and bicycle paths that would provide continuous north/south and east/west bicycle access across the entire City. Included within the 2010 Bicycle Plan is a comprehensive Technical Design Handbook that would guide the design of bicycle paths, bicycle lanes, bicycle routes, and bicycle-friendly streets. Additionally, the Plan establishes policies and programs: to provide convenient and secure bicycle parking; to integrate bicycling into the transit system; to develop a comprehensive education program for bicyclists and motorists; to enforce roadway safety; to maintain bikeways; and to increase recreational bicycling opportunities.
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