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A cycle track is a separated bike lane or exclusive facility for bicyclists that is located within or directly adjacent to the roadway. One of the defining features of a cycle track is that it allows bicyclists to be physically separated from motor vehicle traffic with a vertical element, such as bollards. Cycle tracks are differentiated from standard and buffered bike lanes by the vertical element. They are differentiated from shared use paths (and sidewalks) by their more proximate relationship to the adjacent roadway and the fact that they are bike-only facilities.
Stay tuned for an informational video!
Bicycles, electric personal assistive mobility devices, and motor-assisted scooters meeting Texas Transportation Code Chapter 551.
No, it is not safe to ride two or more abreast. Each bike lane within the cycle track is 5' wide, therefore, it is only safe to ride in single file in one direction.
The speed limit is 15 miles per hour.
Where vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians meet at intersections, vehicles give way to cyclists, who give way to pedestrians.
No, this is a parking violation.
Stay tuned! The cycle track is being extended along Guadalupe to MLK Drive. Completion is estimated in Spring, 2022.
You can learn about bicycle routes and safety tips by downloading the City Bike Map.
The League of American Bicyclists has resources at: https://www.bikeleague.org/ridesmartvideos.