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Share the Road Texas strives to educate both cyclists & motorists on college campuses about bicycle laws, safe riding behaviors and the importance of motorist awareness of bicycles on the road.

Cyclists are considered vehicle operators and are required to obey the same rules other vehicle operators on the road and on college campuses. Below are resources for college campuses around Texas as well as cycling safety and recreational resources from around the state.

University Bicycle Rules and Regulations on Campus

Texas A&M University Bicycle Resources 

University of Houston Bicycle Registration

Texas Tech Bicycle Information

Texas State University Bicycle Information

University of Texas, BikeUT

Concordia University, Bicycle Parking & Registration

University of Texas, Dallas

Get Safe – Bicycle Safety Resources

Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT)

Bike Texas | Texas’ bicycle advocacy group

Bicycle Austin | Austin area cyclists

City of Austin Bicycle Program and Master Plan | Austin area cyclists

Bike DFW | Dallas area cyclists

City of Fort Worth Bicycle Program and Master Plan | Fort Worth area cyclists

City of Houston Bikeway Program | City of Houston bicycle information and pathways

Bike Houston | Houston area cyclists

San Antonio Bikes | City of San Antonio bicycle information and master plan

Cycle Texas | Texas Hill Country Ride mapping resource

WheelBrothers | Comprehensive resource for ride and race dates around Texas

National Walking and Bicycling Organizations

Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals

Bikes Belong

League of American Bicyclists

National Center for Bicycling & Walking

Rails to Trails

Safe Kids Worldwide

Safe Routes to School National Partnership

Texas Bicycle Coalition Fund

Federal and National Youth Efforts for Safe Walking and Biking

State Departments of Transportation Safe Routes to School Programs

  • State departments of transportation administer funds provided by the federal Safe Routes to School program. Contacts and Web sites for each state are found at

National Center for Safe Routes to School Partners

Save a Life, Texas Department of Transportation