Active Transportation

Using Active Transportation is like choosing a cool way to get around that’s good for you and the planet. Imagine lots of people walking, biking, or skateboarding in your neighborhood. Back in 2013, more than 8,000 people were doing just that, making their lives healthier and cutting down on cars. In 2022, the number went down to about 5,000, maybe because of the pandemic. But hey, the spirit is still strong! Join the fun and pick active transportation. It’s an easy way to be healthy, help the environment, and make our community awesome together!

San Joaquin County Bike Maps

Bicycling is rapidly regaining popularity as a viable transportation option — bicycling is cheaper than car transportation and keeps you healthy and in shape!

The following maps can be used to plan for commuting or recreational bicycle trips. Before your trip, scout the route using Google Maps or by driving to identify any possible hazards. Interactive bikeways maps are best viewed through a browser rather than Google Maps app.

Please report any errors in the maps to Isaiah Anderson at (209) 235-0452 or ianderson@sjcog.org.

Escalon Bike Maps

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Escalon Bike Maps

Lathrop Bike Maps

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Lathrop Bike Maps

Lodi Bike Maps

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Lodi Bike Maps

Manteca Bike Maps

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Manteca Bike Maps

Mountain House Bike Maps

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Mountain House Bike Maps

Ripon Bike Maps

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Ripon Bike Maps

Stockton Bike Maps

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Stockton Bike Maps

Tracy Bike Maps

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Tracy Bike Maps

Disclaimer: These maps are intended for graphical purposes only. The information on these maps is based on the most current information available to the San Joaquin Council of Governments. The San Joaquin Council of Governments cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information contained on the map. Each user of these maps is responsible for determining its suitability for his or her intended use or purpose.

San Joaquin County contains more than 250 miles of bicycle paths, lanes, and routes, each with distinct classifications.

Class I- Bicycle Path Class II- Bicycle Path Class III- Bicycle Path
A completely separated right-of-way for the exclusive use of bicycles and pedestrians with minimum cross-flow. A striped lane for one-way bicycle travel on streets or highways adjacent to auto travel lanes. A shared use road for both pedestrians and motorized vehicle traffic.

 Total Miles of Bicycle Thoroughfares within San Joaquin County

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