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Mobility Options

Infrastructure and Projects 

The City of Tacoma is working to build a connected active transportation network!


City of Tacoma Bikeways Map
In 2021, Tacoma’s first protected bike lanes opened on E 64th St. Upcoming projects will help connect trails, transit, and neighborhoods while improving safety and access and reducing disparities in our transportation system.

To toggle on or off layers showing existing, construction-funded or planned bikeways, click on the two chevrons in the top left corner. Then click the single chevron after each layer name to show what the different line colors and patterns represent.




To learn about these projects and more visit our Capital Projects page.


Ways to Get Around Tacoma 

However you walk or roll, these resources can help you get around Tacoma:

Also - check out the rules of the road (and sidewalk and trail) for bicycles and scooters for details on where to ride and riding rules.


Mobility Programs

  • Safe Routes to School: The City of Tacoma has created a Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program to make it safer and easier for young people to walk and roll to school through infrastructure investments, education programs, and community partnerships.
  • Vision Zero: The City’s work on Vision Zero aims to eliminate traffic fatalities and serious injuries in the City of Tacoma by 2035.
  • Bike Month: Tacoma and Pierce County celebrate Bike Month each May, check out the City’s Bike Month page for the latest information on Bike Month resources and events.
  • Downtown On the Go: Downtown On the Go (DOTG) is the transportation advocate for Downtown Tacoma. DOTG offers services, resources, and programs specific to Downtown commuters, businesses, and residents. Downtown On the Go also leads implementation of the Commute Trip Reduction program in the City of Tacoma.

Stay in Touch

For the latest active transportation updates, follow the City’s active transportation team on Facebook (@mobility253) and on Instagram and Twitter (@tacomamobility).

Questions or comments about active transportation policies, projects, or programs? You can reach us at tacomamobility@cityoftacoma.org or (253) 363-1135.