The City Council of Rome has approved the construction of 150 km of new bicycle lanes on Rome’s main streets and along other strategic routes as part of the response to COVID-19. The construction of bike lanes seeks to promote active and sustainable mobility, including e-bicycle and scooters, as an alternative to private cars as the city emerges from the pandemic. Construction will quickly create an interconnected network of bicycle lanes on roads using financial resources already allocated in the budget. Plans are consistent with the provisions of the Urban Sustainable Mobility Plan (PUMS) and the General Urban Traffic Plan, initiatives of the Department of Mobility and Transport Policies. Bicycle lanes will be implemented simply and swiftly. Overtime, bicycle lanes will be reconstructed with maximum safety for all road users.