Bicycle/Pedestrian Programs

The City’s goal is to provide a safe, convenient, efficient, continuous, and aesthetically pleasing transportation environment that is conducive to cycling and walking. The City of Gainesville Bicycle/Pedestrian Program seeks to facilitate the use of these alternative modes of transportation by focusing on infrastructure enhancements, safety and outreach.Click here for a timeline history of the Bicycle/Pedestrian Program
National Bike Month (May 2016) Projects:

Gainesville, FL May 06, 2016 – The City of Gainesville welcomes the Zagster Company to town and unveils the “Go Gainesville” bike share program to the area. Stations are located at the Downtown Bo Diddley Plaza and near Southwest 6th Street and 2nd Avenue. Membership in the Go Gainesville bike share is open to all members of the public 18 years of age or older and riders must have a valid credit or debit card to participate. For more information or to register, please visit the “Go Gainesville” bike share website at: http://zagster.com/gainesville/

 Program Contacts

Dekova Batey
Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator
(352) 393-8493 or bateydt@cityofgainesville.org

DebbieLeistner
Public Works Planning Manager






"Online" Bike Map 


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