North Fremont Bike and Ped Improvement Project

Why Build Protected Bike Lanes?The North Fremont Bike and Pedestrian Access and Safety Improvements Project will transform North Fremont into a true multi-modal corridor, providing safe access to bicyclists and pedestrians on a vital link between residential, commercial, educational, and community facilities, and will also provide benefits to disadvantaged communities.

This project includes the construction of Class IV protected bicycle lanes adjacent to the medians of North Fremont, and will include bicycle signals and bike protected intersections at Casa Verde, Airport/Dela Vina, Ramona, and Casanova.

Improvements to the intersections include: curb extensions to reduce pedestrian crossing length, increase pedestrian visibility, and provide protected areas for bicyclists entering and exiting the Class IV bike lanes. The curb extensions will also include Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant curb ramps and Audible Pedestrian Signals.

For questions, please contact the Engineering Office at (831) 646-3921.

Timeline coming soon

Bidding takes place late fall 2017

Project Overview

  • Class IV Bike Lanes are added to current median - learn about what Class IV means (courtesy of the California Bicycle Coalition)
  • Existing landscaped media to remain
  • Bikes enter/exit median bike facility at intersections
  • Bike signals facilitate safe bike movements
  • Curb extensions and ADA-compliant ramps
  • New Sidewalk installation on north side of N. Fremont connecting Casanova to Canyon Del Rey

A huge thank you to project supporters:

  • California Department of Transportation (CalTrans)
  • Transportation Agency of Monterey County (TAMC)
  • Monterey Peninsula Unified School District (MPUSD)
  • North Fremont Business District
  • Monterey Salinas Transit (MST)
  • Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG)
  • Monterey Bay Air Resources District
  • Families of Color Monterey County (FoCMC)
  • Neighborhood Associations

Project Funding

  • Active Transportation Grant (CalTrans), $6,480,000
  • Regional Surface Transportation Program (TAMC), $1,933,000
  • Neighborhood Improvement Program, $500,000


  1. Safety
  2. Ridership
  3. Retail sales
  4. Quality of life


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Positive Findings

Shifting to Cycling
Other Stats