Go by Bike on Bike to Work Day
Thursday, May 19th is Bike to Work Day!
Join thousands of commuters across the region as they GO by BIKE for their work commute. If you are working remotely on May 19th, start the day off right with a bike ride around your neighborhood!
To help prepare, check out resources on the SANDAG iCommute Bike Month web page, including the Regional Bike Map, riding and safety tips, secure bike parking, and information about taking your bike on transit.
Don’t forget to register in advance so you can receive a free Bike to Work Day t-shirt! All you need to do is show your registration email confirmation at one of the many pit stop locations on May 19 from 6 to 9 a.m. to receive a shirt.
While on your bike commute, stop by the County Operations Center main gate at 5500 Overland Drive to visit the County’s pit stop. We’ll have water, snacks, and other giveaways available for those who stop by!
Learn more about Bike to Work Day and see a map of pit stop locations here.
How is the County helping to create an environment that makes traveling by bike an option?
Reducing the number of trips made while driving alone in gas-powered vehicles and shifting those trips to alternative modes such as biking, walking, and transit is a key strategy for the County’s 2018 Climate Action Plan.
Measure T-2.1 – Improve Roadway Segments as Multi-Modal – seeks
to reduce vehicle miles driven and increase opportunities for walking
and bicycling by creating a more comfortable and safer experience for
pedestrians and bicyclists. Known as “Complete Streets”, the County is
implementing multi-modal roadway enhancements, such as intersection,
roadway, and bikeway improvements, as part of road resurfacing
projects to ensure people of all ages and abilities have opportunities
to be active and safe regardless of their mode of