Car Free Key West

What is Car Fee Key West

Car-Free Key West is a city initiative to make it easier for residents and visitors to Bike, Walk, and use Public Transportation in the City of Key West!

Bike Lights Giveaway

Don't get left in the dark!  Pick up a good light set at a local bike shop to find your way and stay safe.  If you need an emergency backup, pick one up for free at City Hall.

Bike Lights Giveaway

City Staffers Participate in 2022 Green Commute Challenge

It was a special Earth Day edition of the Green Commute Challenge the week of April 18 through April 24, 2022. Participants logged their commutes online with South Florida Commuter Services. Congratulations to the following City employees who participated in the challenge. Winners were awarded based on the most trips logged.

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Bicycle Registration

Residents may register their bicycles with the Key West Police Department.  Registration can discourage theft and aid in the recovery of a lost or stolen bike.  To register your bicycle, ride to the front of the Police Station located at 1604 N Roosevelt Blvd.

Crosstown Greenway Project

The Crosstown Greenway is a designated bicycle route running east and west through the center of the City.  Several enhancements were installed in 2020 as the Crosstown Greenway Pilot Project Phase I.

Bicycle Parking

There are thousands of short-term bicycle parking locations across Key West available for use by residents and visitors.  Find them all here: Key West Bicycle Racks.

Submit a Request

Use the City's Key West Connect app to:

Report an Abandoned Bicycle

Report a Damaged Bicycle Rack

Request a Bicycle Rack


Submit a Request

Use the City's Key West Connect app to:

Report a sidewalk issue

Electric Bicycles and Motorized Scooters

E-Bikes and motorized scooters provide a great way to get around Key West.

Overview of 3-class systems for e-bikesLocal Restrictions

Due to the often narrow and congested sidewalks in Key West, generally, the sidewalks are available only for pedestrian and non-electric bicycle use.  Exceptions to this allow for ADA compliance and usage along areas marked as "multi-use trails."

Multi-Use Trails

Designated "multi-use trails" include a sidewalk area where it is permissible to operate an electric bicycle, motorized scooter, or other micromobility device provided that the operator yields to pedestrians and doesn't exceed 15mph.  

Public Transportation

Bus routes and real-time information are available online at Key West Transit.