A bicycle is an excellent way to get around Westminster and the region. The city promotes bicycling as an environmentally friendly form of travel - it is a key element of the City’s Strategic Plan to increase ease of mobility and promote sustainability. Every person who is on a bike takes up less room on the street, reduces congestion, decreases parking demand, and decreases air pollution. Bicycling also supports both individual and public health goals of promoting healthy exercise. 

With over 175 miles of bicycle and trail facilities, it has never been easier to bike around the city. These facilities include:

  •      30 miles of on-street bike facilities
  •      110 miles of paved trails
  •      45 miles of natural and gravel trails

Commuting Solutions has interactive bicycle map to help you get around Westminster and the front range area by bike and bus.


2018 Bicycle Projects 

Our commitment to become a bicycle friendly community advances as we continuously add bicycle facilities to our roadway network. In 2018, the city is planning to add bike facilities to the following streets: 

  • 78th Avenue - Wolff Court to Sheridan Boulevard
  • 80th Avenue - Federal Boulevard to Lowell Boulevard
  • 107th Drive - Stuart Street to Sheridan Boulevard
  • 108th Avenue - Lamar Street to Harlan Street
  • 110th Court - Legacy Ridge Parkway to 111th Avenue
  • 114th Place - Gray Street to Depew Court
  • 118th Place - Chase Street to Bradburn Boulevard
  • Chase Street - Depew Court to 118th Place
  • Cotton Creek Creek Drive - Vrain Street to Stuart Street
  • Depew Court - 115th Avenue to Chase Street
  • Gray Street - Trail access to 114th Place
  • Harlan Street - 108th Avenue to 112th Avenue
  • Lamar Street - South end to 108th Avenue
  • Lowell Court - 104th Drive to Lowell Drive
  • Lowell Drive - Legacy Ridge Parkway to 107th Drive 
  • Pecos Street- 112th Avenue to 120th Avenue
  • Stuart Street - Tennyson Place to 112th Avenue
  • Tennyson Street - 80th Avenue to Turnpike Drive
  • Tennyson Street - Cotton Creek Drive to 107th Drive
  • Turnpike Drive - Raleigh Street to North End
  • VrainVrain Street - Tennyson Place to 112th Avenue
  • Westminster Boulevard - 92nd Avenue to 104th Avenue
  • Yates Street- City limits to 92nd Avenue

Bicycle Master Plan 

In 2010 the city conducted a comprehensive analysis of the city’s bicycle facilities and infrastructure. The 2030 Bicycle Master Plan is intended to guide the City in fostering bicycling as a viable, safe, and sustainable form of transportation and recreation. Learn more about how the city will be expanding bicycle facilities in the 2030 Westminster Bicycle Master Plan: