Near Northside

In the Near Northside Action Plan developed through Mayor Turner’s Complete Communities Initiative,  residents established three mobility and infrastructure goals: build great streets, improve neighborhood mobility, and expand bike lanes and facilities. The proposed bikeway network under the city-county partnership seeks to meet each of these goals by improving on-street bicycle infrastructure, creating safe intersection crossings for bicyclists and pedestrians and connecting residents to major destinations within and around Near Northside.

The City of Houston Planning and Development Department has met with and will continue to meet with Near Northside community members to discuss proposed bikeways:


Project Updates

The June 20th Mobility Workshop began with a presentation and transitioned to poster board activities engaging residents and community members on proposed bikeways in the Near Northside. Please scroll down to the “Public Engagement” section for workshop materials. Check back for a compilation of feedback gained from the workshop and upcoming meeting dates!


Proposed Bikeways

Phase 1 represents routes that passed a preliminary feasibility analysis. Phase 1 – Further Study are routes that are of high interest to the community, but will need further research due to their complexity. Phase 2 are bikeway routes also identified by the community, but are not feasible to implement by April 2019, as they are long-term projects. The yellow highlighted segment, Project by Others, indicates that there are plans to improve street and bike infrastructure in that area by an entity outside of the City of Houston.

Phase 1 Bikeways

Phase 2 Bikeways

Public Engagement

June 20, 2018 Near Northside Mobility Workshop

May 31, 2018 Near Northside Neighborhood Support Team (NST) Meeting

  • Materials presented at the meeting

May 2, 2018 Leadership and Advocacy Team Meeting

April 21, 2018 Build Lead Free 4 a Healthy Me Resource Fair


Contact Us

For more information, please contact Houston Bikeways Program at 832-395-2700 or