The Yucaipa Transit Center is adjacent to City Hall and consists of an eight-bus bay center with a pedestrian plaza. In addition to its eight centrally-located bus stops, the center features eight shelters, benches, and information kiosks in drought tolerant landscaping, including a fountain and clock tower at either end.
Yucaipa has 18 miles of bicycle routes that run adjacent to the community’s major corridors. The City’s bicycle routes fall into three groups: Class 1, bike path separated from the road; Class 2, an on-street bike lane with markings; and Class 3, an on-street bike lane without markings. Currently, 16 miles are Class 2 routes and 2 miles are Class 1. The City plans to add 27.5 miles of Class 2 bicycle routes, for a total of 45 miles at the buildout of the route map. Key routes existing or planned include:
- Oak Glen. 12 miles of mostly Class 2 routes extending from I-10 in west Yucaipa through the community to Oak Glen.
- Yucaipa Boulevard. 7 miles of exclusively Class 2 routes extending the length of the City past Chapman Heights, City Hall, and Uptown.
- Wildwood Canyon. 7 miles of exclusively Class 2 routes extending eastward from I-10 in west Yucaipa to Wildwood Canyon Park.
The State Safe Routes to School (SR2S) Grant Program provides funding for community programs or infrastructure projects that encourage and enable students from kindergarten through 12th grade to safely walk or bicycle to school with improvements such as new sidewalks, ADA curb ramps, signing and striping, and street improvements to accommodate the proposed pedestrian improvements. This funding has helped to finance 50 miles of sidewalks, 29 miles of bike lanes, and 19 miles of multipurpose trails.
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Park & Ride lots provide parking spaces for commuters to park and meet their carpool or vanpools, or for commuters making transit connections. Park & Ride lots range in size from a handful of designated spaces up to hundreds of parking space. The Yucaipa Park & Ride is located at: