The City of Saint Paul is committed to expanding the bicycle network in order to give all community members a safe, convenient, and sustainable way to travel. Guiding the development of the bike network is the Saint Paul Bicycle Plan, which describes the type and location of planned bikeways in Saint Paul.
Saint Paul currently has over 200 miles of bikeways of various types. Some are on street and require people biking and driving to share space. Others are off street and separate people biking from people walking and driving. The goal is to continue to expand all bikeway types in Saint Paul. Bikeway projects are generally coupled with other roadway construction projects like reconstructions or resurfacing.
The 2019 Saint Paul Climate Action and Resilience Plan set a goal of 85 new miles of bikeways by 2030, 195 new miles by 2040, and 300 new miles by 2030.
The Department of Public Works leads the bike network build out, but partners with the City of Saint Paul Department of Parks & Recreation, as well as Ramsey County and the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT).
You can see the current bike network in Saint Paul here: Existing Bike Network
You can see the expansion of the bike network by clicking on the maps below: