Many bike and pedestrian bridges are a part of the Davis Bike Plan, providing safe and efficient routes for bicyclists. Bridges are located along many of the Greenbelts, adding to the bike-friendly character of Davis. You can stop along our bike bridges to throw flowers petals into Putah creek, or ride no hands and scream like a little school girl; either way, you will appreciate their sweet, sweet bicycle coolness.

Notable Bike Bridges

On the bridge


Featured in nearly every UC Davis publication.


Possibly the prettiest bike bridge in Davis.

Smaller Bike Bridges

The North Davis workhorse of bike bridges.


Not featured in nearly every UC Davis publication.


The best way to cross 113.


  • Montgomery Ave — This pair of bridges crosses the original north fork of putah creek in South Davis. They're on Montgomery Avenue just east of Drummond Avenue and provide a span for each direction of traffic. Their weathered steel structure, arching cantilever design and wooded deck provide a pleasant rural aesthetic, a nice combination of architecture and structural engineering.

Its a family fun bridge.


  • Rosario Street — This bridge spans the original north fork of putah creek, connecting Rosario St with the eastern end of the bike path that runs along the creek. Its wood bridge construction complements the wildlife area on the north end.

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