Citywide Bicycle Map and Safety Tips

The City of Campbell has many bicycle routes and lanes throughout the City. The Campbell Bicycle Map is organized by Class I, Class II, Class III, and Class IV categories. Below are the definitions of each class:

  1.  Class I Bikeway or Bike Path:  Bike Paths are paved facilities that are physically separated from roadways used by motor vehicles by space or a physical barrier and are designated for bicycle use. The Los Gatos Creek Trail falls in this category.
  2. Class II Bikeway or Bike Lane:  Bike Lanes are lanes on the outside edge of roadways reserved for the exclusive use of bicycles, so designated with special signing and pavement markings.
  3.  Class III Bikeway or Bike Path:  Bike Paths are paved facilities that are physically separated from roadways used by motor vehicles by space or a physical barrier and are designated for bicycle use. The Los Gatos Creek Trail falls in this category.:  Bike Routes are roadways recommended for use by bicyclists and often connect roadways with bike lanes and bike paths. Bike routes are designated with signs and/or shared lane markings (“sharrows”).
  4. Class IV Bikeway:  Class IV separated bikeways, often referred to as a cycle track or protected bike lanes, is for the exclusive use of bicycles, physically separated from motor traffic with a vertical feature.  The separation may include, but is not limited to, grade separation, flexible posts, inflexible barriers, or on-street parking. Separated bikeways can provide for one-way or two-way travel.  Currently, Campbell has no Class IV bikeways.

The Campbell Bicycle Map is provided to help bicyclists navigate throughout the City and surrounding areas. See Bicycle Safety Tips to help make your rides fun and safe. See The Bicycle Parking Map for downtown parking locations.  



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