Get the latest updates about the Cincinnati Bicycle Transportation Program.
- December 12, 2012
- Feedback Needed On Red Bank Road Design Options
The Department of Transportation & Engineering (DOTE) is looking for feedback on a proposal to add bicycle lanes to Red Bank Road between Woodford Road and the southern corporation line.
- November 28, 2012
- Public Meeting on Madison Road
The Cincinnati Department of Transportation & Engineering is asking for feedback on striping proposals for Madison Road. The proposals will be discussed at the East Walnut Hills Assembly meeting on December 5th at 7pm at the St. Francis DeSales School.
- October 17, 2012
- Study Recommends 35 Bike Share Stations
The City of Cincinnati has completed a feasibility study identifying the best way to implement a successful bike share program in the city.
- September 26, 2012
- MidPoint Musical Festival
For the second year in a row, the City of Cincinnati has partnered with the organizers of the MidPoint Music Festival to make the event more bike-friendly.
- August 15, 2012
- Riverside Drive Improvements
The Department of Transportation & Engineering has resurfaced Riverside Drive between St. Andrews Street and Congress Avenue and installed a new lane striping configuration in this area.
- July 16, 2012
- Where Do You Want Bike Share?
The City of Cincinnati wants to know: Where would you use bike share?
- June 18, 2012
- Ohio River Trail: Lunken To Salem
Construction has begun on a new segment of Ohio River Trail, linking the Lunken Airport Trail in the East End to the Magrish Nature Preserve in Mt. Washington.
- June 4, 2012
- Bike Report Card Shows Progress
The City of Cincinnati's third annual Report Card on Bicycling shows progress on infrastructure and bike parking, with cyclists continuing to rank bike lanes as their top priority.
- May 14, 2012
- Bronze-Level Bike Friendly Community
Today, Cincinnati was named a 2012 Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists.
- October 17, 2011
- Pavement Sensor Markings For Bicyclists
The City has started installing bike-specific pavement markers to show bicyclists where they should be to trip the green light.
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