Official word from Chris Boatman, Planner for the City of Redlands, is that the City has adopted the San Bernardino County Non-Motorized Transportation Plan.
This is great news for cyclists, as the plan includes bike lanes for Redlands that connect to the cities of Highland and Loma Linda, and their existing bike lanes.
Planned Bike Lanes Map (PDF)
I will try and get a more interactive version of this map going in the coming weeks.
From the City:
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF REDLANDS AUTHORIZING ACTIONS NECESSARY TO BECOME A PROJECT PARTNER FOR THE SAN BERNARDINO LAKES AND STREAMS ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION FEASIBILITY STUDY
WHEREAS, The San Bernardino County Non-Motorized Transportation Plan is a County Bicycle Master Plan which is designed to encourage the completion of a comprehensive countywide bikeway network; refine the way bicycle projects in the County are funded, to help cities identify, prioritize, and fund portions of the Countywide bicycle network; and implement new programs scheduled to begin over the 5-10 year life of the plan; and
WHEREAS, at a local level, the Redlands component is designed to be modified and adopted as a local Bicycle Master Plan; and
WHEREAS, the Plan may be adopted with specific caveats and additional information to make it relevant to that community;
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council of the City of Redlands adopts the San Bernardino County Non-Motorized Transportation Plan with an amendment to the East San Bernardino Valley Cities Area.
ADOPTED, SIGNED AND APPROVED this 16th day of September,
Jon Harrison, Mayor