Bike Trails and Lanes
The City of Irvine provides a system of 113.24 miles of off-street bikeway trails and 286.42 lane miles of on-street bikeways to encourage bicycle use as a safe and convenient means of transportation for both commuting and recreational purposes.
- 2022 City of Irvine Bikeways Map (PDF)
- City of Irvine Bikeways Map (Interactive)
- City of Irvine Named Public Paved Off-Street Trails(PDF)
- Hiking and Biking Trails
- OCTA Bikeways Map (Interactive - All of Orange County)
- OCTA Bikeways Map (PDF)
Bikeway Directions Through Google
- In Google Maps, click "Get Directions." Input the starting and ending addresses and then click on the Bike Symbol.
- The directions via bikeways will be highlighted in blue.
While every effort was made to provide up-to-date information, please keep in mind that the bikeway routes on these maps are for informational purposes only. The safety of any given bikeway at any given time cannot be guaranteed. As a bicyclist, you are expected to use good judgment and be responsible for your safety when using the bikeways.
Reducing Carbon Emissions in the City
The City recognizes the benefits of bicycling and walking as alternative modes of transportation resulting in reduced carbon emissions, environmental enhancements, and increased health benefits for all members of the community.
- How to protect your bike from theft
- How to apply for a bicycle license
- Bicycle Safety Tips
- City of Irvine Municipal Code
The City of Irvine encourages residents to choose walking as a free and eco-friendly alternative to automobile transportation. Walking is a great way to get to where you need to go and feel good while getting there. Driving can be costly and pollute the environment. By choosing to walk, you can help reduce air pollution and save money along the way. Walking also helps the environment by reducing traffic congestion and excessive fuel consumption.
Walking is not only good for the environment, but it’s also a great form of exercise. Research shows that walking a minimum of 30 minutes a day can help prevent life-threatening diseases such as heart disease and cancer. Explore some of the great walking trails that the City provides the next time you visit your local grocery store or restaurant.
Walking is a great alternative to automobile transportation, but safety precautions are still necessary: