Louisville’s Urban Bike Network Expands

Since Mayor Fischer allocated and Metro Council approved $300,000 for an Urban Bike Network in FY14, Louisville has installed over 100 miles of bicycle facilities. Louisville’s first true urban bike network has connected downtown to JCTC, Old Louisville, UofL and neighborhoods west and east of downtown. Reports of a 600% increase in bicycle ridership have been reported due to the addition of bicycles facilities. Louisville has installed its first Neighborway network, buffered bike lanes, green pavement markings, and delineated separated bike lanes. We also have Bike Share on the way.

As the Urban Bike Network continues to expand, Metro officials will host a public involvement meeting to better understand the gaps in the network and the types of bicycle facilities that will encourage more people to bike. We are encouraging people to fill out this survey, especially if you cannot attend the below public meeting. Participants' responses will be reviewed, documented, and reported back to participants.

This survey takes approximately 7-10 minutes to complete. Since your privacy is important, your individual responses will not be shared.
Thank you for your support.