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  • The Public Works Department launched its 2024 Transportation Safety Campaign. Each quarter in 2024 will focus on a different transportation safety theme. Under the campaign slogan – Traffic Safety Starts with Me – the campaign aims to teach all road users how to travel safely and keep each other safe on Beverly Hills streets. CLICK HERE for more information. 

  • In December 2022, the League of American Bicyclists honored 32 cities and towns with a Bicycle Friendly Community (BFC) award, with an additional seven places earning an Honorable Mention, including the City of Beverly Hills. The full list of award recipients can be viewed HERE. Beverly Hills received the Honorable Mention award for starting efforts to address the need of bicyclists in the community. The League of American Bicyclists recognized that the City has made considerable accomplishments since the recent adoption of the Complete Streets Plan in 2021 and has a strong potential for an upgraded award level once more improvements from the plan have been made. Over 100 communities that originally earned an Honorable Mention have gone on to be awarded a Bronze designation or higher. For more information about the BFC program, visit


Providing a mix of bikeway types helps to accommodate the needs of cyclists of all ages and levels of comfort in the street. The City currently has Class II, III and IV bikeways.

Class I Bike Paths
  • Off-street, completely separate from the roadway
  • Provide exclusive right-of-way for bicyclists (and pedestrians)
  • Cross flow by motor traffic is minimized
  • May provide separate pedestrian lanes
Class 1 - Shared Use Path
Class II Bike Lanes
  • On-street, striped lane for one-way bicycle travel
  • Typically adjacent to vehicle traffic traveling in the same direction
  • Can include buffers for separation from moving traffic and parked vehicles
  • Can be placed in one direction in constricted rights-of-way
Class 2 - Bike Lane

Class III Bike


  • Designated preferred route for bicyclists on streets shared with motor vehicles
  • Established by signage and optional pavement markings ("sharrows")
  • Can include traffic calming to create a bike boulevard
Class 3 - Bike Route
Class IV Separated
  • On-street bike lane physically separated from motor vehicle traffic through bollards, planters, or other vertical delineation
  • Often accompanied by bicycle signals through intersections
Class 4 - Separated Bikeway



Below are some educational and fun activities you can do from home:


Minimum Grid Bicycle Markings


On January 4, 2022, the City Council approved installation of a Minimum Grid Bikeway Network. The term "minimum grid" refers to the concept of quickly implementing a basic bikeway network, while also continuing to pursue longer-range efforts to expand and upgrade cycling infrastructure. View the January 4, 2022 staff report and visit the Minimum Grid webpage for more details. Staff anticipates installation of the Minimum Grid Network will be completed by April 2022.


Bike Counter

Bike Counter

On January 13, 2022, the City installed a real time bike counts display on North Santa Monica Boulevard. This display shows in real time how many bicyclists have passed by the sign per day and total bicyclists per year, which will help staff better understand existing bicycling conditions, such as how many bicyclists ride during adjacent special events, during certain weather conditions, and at certain times of day. This data will provide a holistic picture of how bicyclists are currently using the street, which in turn will help the City conduct informed, data-driven transportation planning. CLICK HERE to view the cyclist count data.

The bike counter also counts pedestrians passing by the counter. CLICK HERE to view the pedestrian count data.


Bike Rack-on-Request Program

 Bike Rack-On-Request

The Beverly Hills Bike Rack-On-Request Program provides residents and business owners in the City of Beverly Hills the opportunity to request a bike rack location for installation in the public right-of-way in commercial areas (if feasible). The bike racks are available free of charge. Click here for more information.


Bike Rack Locations


Beverly Hills Bike Share

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In 2015, the City of Beverly Hills was the second city in Los Angeles County to implement a bike share system with a fleet of 50 smart bicycles distributed among 10 bike share stations. Beverly Hills Bike Share was a valued feature of Beverly Hill's mobility system for approximately 5 years.

On July 31, 2021, the City suspended the Beverly Hills Bike Share system due to the bike share equipment approaching the end of its useful life and a high subsidy per ride. The City is exploring new opportunities to provide shared mobility in Beverly Hills.

The City appreciates the collective community effort it took to launch the system and wants to thank the Beverly Hills Bike Share members that have supported the system over the years.

Beverly Hills Bike Share Bike 


Bike Safety Tips

Below are some bike safety tips from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and other resources: 


Free Bike Safety Booklets

California Street Smarts Booklet

The City has a limited number of copies of the California Bicycling Street Smarts: Riding Confidently, Legally, and Safely booklet, which includes safe bicycling techniques on public roads and streets. This booklet incorporates with permission  Bicycling Street Smarts: Riding Confidently, Legally, and Safely by John S. Allen, and was produced by the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition and California Association of Bicycling Organizations. To request a free copy, please email with your name and full mailing address.

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