Bicycle Initiatives
Bicycle Master Plan


The City of Miami is currently creating a citywide Bicycle Master Plan. The master plan will be the city's guiding document and one of the steps aimed at creating a diverse set of transportation alternatives and supports a lively, active city for all residents and guests. The master plan's development will include 2 public summits (input sessions), the collection of existing data and analysis in a report, a bicycle parking study, the development of bicycle parking standards/guidelines, an updated bicycle network map, educational materials, and evaluation tools for use by City staff involved in coordinating, planning, designing, and constructing bicycle lanes and facilities within the city's limits.

On March 9th, 2009 the City of Miami hired HNTB transportation consultant to complete a citywide Bicycle Master Plan to be completed in 6 months. The city will be hosting the first bicycle summit to gather public input on Monday, June 15th, 6pm at Jose Marti Park Community Center (351 SW 4th Street).

Miami Bicycle Master Plan (PDF)

2009 Bike Related Projects Map (PDF)

2010 Bike Related Projects Map (PDF)

Combined Bike Network through 2010 (PDF)

First Miami Bike Summit (PDF)

Press Release (PDF)

Bike Summit agenda (PDF)

Bicycle  Initiatives  
City of Miami, 444 SW 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL. 33130
Office of Transportation
Capital Improvements Program
Department of Sustainable Initiatives
Department of Planning