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About San Jose Trails
San Jose has one of the nation's largest urban trail networks, with over 50 miles developed and open to the public.

The network of trail systems offers a wide variety of experiences.  Core trails like the Guadalupe River, Coyote Creek and Highway 87 Bikeway extend a long distance and provide an opportunity for both recreation and commuting.  Edge trails like Albertson Parkway and Upper Silver Creek provide access to nature and open space for recreation. Trails like the Silver Creek Valley system offer challenging inclines and valley-wide views.

The City's Greenprint, General Plan, Bike Plan and Green Vision all support further development; with a goal for a 100-mile paved trail network by 2022.  This mileage is to be developed upon 35 defined trail systems.  Extending existing trails, closing gaps and interconnecting trails are a key objective for development so that travel can occur entirely within an off-street environment. 

Resources
  • Map - Citywide Trail Network (existing, open trail systems)
  • Map - Citywide Trail Network (future 100-mile interconnected network of systems)
  • Map - Countywide Trails and Bikeways  (VTA Map) 
  • Map - Sites to see along the Guadalupe River Trail
  • Trail Systems (the individual trail systems that combined, create the network)
  • Search by Trail Name (search engine for City facilities)
  • App by Transit &Trails
  • BikeShare - Available in Downtown San Jose (starts summer 2013) 
Contact the Trail Program Manager for questions or follow the links on the Left Navigation Bar for more details.

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Video: Before & After Trail Development

News and Announcements
Coyote Creek Trail Closure from Stonegate Park to Capitol Expressway
Beginning Monday, October 20th, 2014 Coyote Creek Trail will be closed between Stonegate Park and Capitol Expressway. Read on...
Lower Guadalupe River Trail - Non-Native Plant/Tree Removal (Montague-Tasman)
Expect trucks and staff working on removal of non-native species from the river channel. Most work happening from the lower maintenance road, but expect some equipment and teams near the River Oaks Bridge and along the paved trail. Travel with care. Read on...
Los Alamitos Creek Trail - Construction (McKean Road gateway)
West bank trail closed during construction. Approximately 200' of pavement extends trail to McKean Road. Use east bank trail between McKean and Almaden Expressway.