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A project to improve walking, biking and traffic safety throughout Redwood City

About the Project

The RWC Walk Bike Thrive initiative will develop two new plans for Redwood City: a Citywide Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan and a Vision Zero Action Plan. These plans will recommend specific projects to improve traffic safety around Redwood City and make walking and biking in our City safer, easier and more popular than ever.


January 2022 update

As part of RWC Walk Bike Thrive, the City of Redwood City has developed a long list of potential projects (including a citywide bike network) to improve walking, biking and traffic safety conditions throughout our city.

We have created an interactive pinnable map (including a brief survey) to get your feedback. Let us know what you think. Your feedback will help us finalize and prioritize a list of specific improvement projects throughout Redwood City. The map and survey are open for comments through the end of Sunday, February 6, 2022.

Use this form to sign up for project updates and announcements, or to submit a question or comment about the RWC Walk Bike Thrive project.

You may also email or call Malahat Owrang (City of Redwood City) at (650) 780-7245.

Thanks for your interest in the RWC Walk Bike Thrive project. We have added you to the project email list.


Courthouse Square
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Crossing guard and pedestrian
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San Mateo County History Museum
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Downtown street scene
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Bus stop
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Children in playground
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Redwood City gateway sign
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Bike lane and sign
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Woodside Road
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