Bicycle and Pedestrian

Measure M contributes 4% percent of its revenue to the Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects Program.

This program funds construction of new bicycle and pedestrian routes that increase overall safety, close gaps in existing routes and provide safe routes to schools and to transit. In addition to a bike safety education program, the Measure M Expenditure Plan lists 14 projects as high priority needs that are eligible to receive funding.



Estimated Funding

Santa Rosa Creek Trail —> Santa Rosa $1.45 Million
Old Redwood Highway/Mendocino Avenue/Santa Rosa
Avenue Bike Lanes —>
Santa Rosa $0.5 Million
Central Sonoma Valley Bikeway —> Sonoma County $1.9 Million
Sonoma Schellville Bike Trail —> Sonoma County $0.65 Million
Arnold Drive Bike Project —> Sonoma County $2 Million
Petaluma River Trail —> Petaluma $2 Million
Copeland Creek Trail —> Rohnert Park $0.35 Million
Street Smart Sebastopol —> Sebastopol $2 Million
West County  Trail —> Sonoma County $0.5 Million
McCray Road in Cloverdale —> Sonoma County $0.25 Million
Highway 101 Bodega Bay Trail —> Sonoma County $0.95 Million
Foss Creek Trail —> Healdsburg $3.25 Million
Northwestern Pacific Railroad Bike Trail —> SMART $1 Million
Access Across 101 —> Santa Rosa, Petaluma, Cotati, Rohnert Park, Windsor, Healdsburg, Cloverdale $1 Million
Bicycle Safety and Education —> Sonoma County $1.2 Million