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Saint Paul Passes Updated Bicycle Plan with over 100 Miles of New Protected Bikeways

Protected bikeways and bike paths are essential for safe, welcoming biking in Saint Paul. This week, the Saint Paul City Council unanimously passed an updated Saint Paul Bike Plan that proposes expanding more than 100 miles of protected bikeways and paths across the city! The updated plan will guide bike infrastructure in Saint Paul over the next 15 years.

Thank you to advocates and city council members for getting this passed and to city staff for your work on this important update!

Making Saint Paul a Better Place to Bike

We all deserve streets and trails that will let us enjoy the ride and get home safely. Growing the network of separated bikeways and bike paths is a win-win for all of us in Saint Paul, whether we bike or drive or care about someone who does:

Way to go, Saint Paul! At Move Minnesota, we are cheering the updated Bike Plan and can’t wait to see it put into action with more separated bikeways and bike paths citywide!

Get Rolling in Our Bike-Friendly City

This spring and summer is a great time to enjoy and explore Saint Paul by bike. Saint Paul already has over 180 miles of bike-friendly routes that connect local neighborhoods and key destinations. Committed to encouraging bicycle use as part of everyday life, the City continues to add new bike lanes, paths, and protected bikeways for more people to use and enjoy. The updated Saint Paul Bike Plan builds on that existing progress and reflects commitments to reducing driving rates in the City’s Climate Action Plan.

Join Move Minnesota for local group bike rides happening now through August! Sign up for our Bike Month Rides to get rolling in May and visit our events calendar to check out our full 2024 Saint Paul Bike Rides Series.

Questions? Email Theresa Nelson at