On June 21, 2022, City Council unanimously approved installing bike lanes on Doheny Drive. The bike lanes are anticipated to be installed later in 2022 as part of the annual pavement marking project.
On April 20, 2021, City Council adopted the Complete Streets Plan that outlines a long-range vision for improving mobility in the City. The Complete Streets Plan includes a Holistic Bikeways Network Map to serve as a blueprint for new bikeways in Beverly Hills.
Doheny Drive is identified as a proposed bikeway in the City’s Complete Streets Plan. This bikeway would connect with other in-progress bikeways from the Minimum Grid Network on Clifton Way, Charleville Boulevard and Gregory Way, along with existing bike lanes on Burton Way. Doheny Drive south of Burton Way is identified as a high priority project in the Complete Streets Action Plan.
At the March 15, 2022 City Council Study Session, City Council considered the approval of Class II Bike Lanes without removal of vehicle travel lanes or on-street parking on Doheny Drive between Burton Way and Whitworth Drive. City Council requested staff to conduct further public outreach and return to City Council for final consideration of the proposal. CLICK HERE to view the March 15, 2022 City Council Study Session meeting video and staff report (Item A-4).
Proposed Doheny Bike Lanes Conceptual Design