Submitted by 4lisawatts on Thu, 06/30/2016 - 11:18
Bike Durham is inviting cyclists to try out a two-way cycle track (aka protected bike lane), which provides a physical separation between bicyclists and motorized vehicles in the form of a raised curb, onstreet parking, or bollards.
Help us make the case to Durham stakeholders about investing in better bikeways. This segment of Washington Street (east side) between Trinity Avenue and the Durham Athletic Park happens to be a key link in the East Coast Greenway. Check us out on your way to the Farmer’s Market!
Thanks to event our cosponsor, East Coast Greenway Alliance.
Submitted by 4lisawatts on Mon, 06/06/2016 - 19:50
Above, Durham residents share their input at the June 6 open house for the city's new bicycle and pedestrian plan.
Durham residents who want a more bike- and walk-friendly city can share their ideas and concerns with city planners and consultants through July. The public input will be combined with crash records and other data to create a combined bicycle-pedestrian plan, which will guide the investment of $30 million in federal, state, and local funding over the next five years.