Third Ward Bikeways: Blodgett and Cleburne

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The Cleburne and Blodgett Streets Bike Lanes are a part of the Third Ward Bikeway projects in the Houston Bike Plan and have been a part of our community outreach and public engagement dating back to 2018. Once completed, these bike lanes will provide additional multi-modal options for the residents in the Third Ward area to bike safely within the community.

Cleburne and Blodgett are parallel streets, with both streets providing opportunities for connectivity in the area, as both streets connect to Columbia Tap Trail and offer accessibility for primary destination points such as Emancipation Park, the Wheeler Transit Center, Texas Southern University (TSU), and the University of Houston (U of H).

The proposed bicycle lane projects are a partnership between the City of Houston and Harris County Precinct 1. The designs of the perspective bike lanes will meet the guidelines of the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) standards. That means that the bike lanes will be created and designed for all ages and abilities to ensure that all feel comfortable and safe using it. The final design of the bike lanes will be determined by working with the community and what is feasible for the area.

The Cleburne and Blodgett Streets Bike Lanes are a part of the Third Ward Bikeway projects in the Houston Bike Plan and have been a part of our community outreach and public engagement dating back to 2018. Once completed, these bike lanes will provide additional multi-modal options for the residents in the Third Ward area to bike safely within the community.

Cleburne and Blodgett are parallel streets, with both streets providing opportunities for connectivity in the area, as both streets connect to Columbia Tap Trail and offer accessibility for primary destination points such as Emancipation Park, the Wheeler Transit Center, Texas Southern University (TSU), and the University of Houston (U of H).

The proposed bicycle lane projects are a partnership between the City of Houston and Harris County Precinct 1. The designs of the perspective bike lanes will meet the guidelines of the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) standards. That means that the bike lanes will be created and designed for all ages and abilities to ensure that all feel comfortable and safe using it. The final design of the bike lanes will be determined by working with the community and what is feasible for the area.