The Low-Stress Bike Map is your bike commuting guide

With gas prices rising over $5 a gallon, now is the perfect time to try commuting by bike.  Many of your trips are probably within 1-3 miles and can be easily replaced by biking.  While we’re advocating for a more connected trail and bikeway network, it’s important to remember that you can still bike safely…

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Active Transportation Coalition Meeting

Active Transportation Coalition

The Active Transportation Coalition is for community-minded individuals who want to learn about ways they can make a difference in their neighborhood. If you are a resident working on an active transportation community project or just someone with an idea you’re passionate about making happen this group is for you. At our first meeting on…

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Updating the Low-Stress Bike Map

low-stress bike map

Our Low-Stress Bike Map helps beginner cyclists and active commuters select comfortable routes using low-traffic roads around Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky’s urban core. As we plan for a 2022 reprint, we’re looking for your feedback about routes and educational materials to be included in the next version. Take a few minutes to complete our survey…

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First Regional Trail & Bikeway Committee Meeting a Success

The first convening of our newly formed Regional Trail & Bikeway Committee was a success. On February 25, we welcomed 80 participants and listened to project updates from around the region. We want to thank all our presenters from each of our three states who shared their incredible progress. The work being done by so…

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In memory of Don Burrell

Don Burrell was a pioneer for active transportation in Cincinnati. For years, Don served as the Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator at OKI Regional Council of Governments and was involved in countless projects that have improved conditions for people walking and biking around Greater Cincinnati. Following his retirement, Don stayed involved in Tri-State Trails and the bicycling community,…

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Let’s reimagine Northern Kentucky’s bikeway network

One of our key advocacy priorities in the coming years is to improve connectivity in Northern Kentucky’s urban core for bicycling. Designed to be walkable hundreds of years ago, river cities like Covington, Newport, Bellevue, and Dayton are scattered with dense neighborhoods within close proximity to one another and downtown Cincinnati. Yet today it is intimidating to…

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Connecting Wasson Way to the Murray Path

The Wasson Way Trail from the Ault Park bridge down to Old Red Bank Road is open! The new zig-zag switchback trail offers tree-top views and makes climbing and descending the hillside easy and enjoyable. And at the bottom of the hill you can keep going! Take a look at the Ride with GPS link…

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