Open House for Central Parkway Bikeway
Wednesday, September 11, 6-8pm
The Department of Transportation & Engineering is evaluating Central Parkway between Elm Street and Ludlow Avenue to determine which type of bikeway would spur the largest number of people to use bicycles, while still balancing the needs of other people who use the street.
Stop by the Open House any time between 6:00pm and 8:00pm to learn about the options that are being considered and give us your feedback.
The Open House will take place in Room 115 at City Hall (801 Plum St). Enter City Hall through the courtyard on 9th Street.
You can also view information about the project and submit your feedback online at: http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/bikes/news/central-parkway-bikeway/.
You can view the facebook event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/620002198039352/.
- The Right Angle is the Best Angle
Always slow down and cross streetcar tracks at a 60 to 90 degree angle. Crossing incorrectly can result in your front tire sliding on the rail or geting stuck in the gap next to the rail, which can cause you to fall from your bicycle.
- 4 Local Trails Get New Mile Markers
Four paved trails will receive new mile markers this week, helping first responders locate injured trail users more quickly.
- Cincinnati Installs Bicycle-Friendly Thermal Traffic Sensor
The City of Cincinnati has launched a pilot project that will utilize a thermal traffic sensor to detect motorists and bicyclists at a Clifton intersection.
- Updated Bicycle Network Map
The Bicycle Transportation Program has updated the map of existing bicycle facilities within the City. The map shows the location of existing bicycle facilities such as bike lanes, sharrows, and shared-use paths.
- Green Lanes On Central Parkway
A special bright green treatment is used in high-traffic areas where motorists turning onto or off of Central Parkway cross over the path of the new bicycle lanes.