Bicycle Related Maps and Data

Date Posted: September 12th, 2018 @ 11:49 AM
Last Updated: August 21st, 2019 @ 5:14 PM

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Bicycle/Bicyclist-Related Maps Format / Data

City of Oakland, Existing & Proposed Bikeways Source data: Oakland Open Data Portal (type "bike" into the search)
City of Oakland, Publicly Accessible Bike Parking
City of Oakland, Bicycle Signage
City of Oakland, Status of Bike Wayfinding Signage Projects web
Oakland Bicyclist Counts web | .zip (shape files for counts locations, with links to count location data .pdf files)
Bikeways Timelapse: network development from 1976 to present web | .pdf | charts/reports
2019 Bikeways Map, 10th Edition! .pdf
Bicycle Facilities Tour Map & Guide .pdf

Annual Pedestrian and Bicyclist Count Program

In September 2011, the Oakland Bicycle and Pedestrian Program launched an annual program to count the number pedestrians and bicyclists at judiciously chosen locations. The purpose is to create consistent data long term on citywide bicycle usage, and provide other useful data on pedestrian volumes. Counts are collected at 36 intersections. For details see intersection map, list, and counts methodology.

Raw Data, 2011-2018: .zip archive

Summary by Year: 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 Maps: (1) Intersection Volumes | (2) Intersection Directional Volumes | Mode share by intersection (.zip)

Oakland Bike Analysis for Bicycle Planning

Bike Zones Analysis

Oakland is diverse in many ways, including by race, income, topography, land use, and bicycle use. To better understand how to meet the needs of cyclists in different parts of the City, OakDOT's Bicycle and Pedestrian Program analyzed the city as a collection of eight zones, defined largely by topography and neighborhood identity. The analysis examines various topics, including bicycle use, socioeconomics, geography, and infrastructure, that tend to be obscured by citywide averages. The Zone Analysis for Bikeway Planning, June 2018, helps visualize the differences across Oakland with the goal of tailoring proposals and investment to the needs of different areas.