On October 8, 2020, OKI Regional Council of Governments’ board of directors awarded $40 million for regional transportation projects, $10.3 million of which will be used to build new trail and sidewalk projects. Wasson Way in Cincinnati received the largest amount for a standalone bike or pedestrian project–$3.76 million–to extend the planned trail from Blair…

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Check out coverage of this story by River City News and CityBeat. Covington, KY – The Devou Good Foundation of Northern Kentucky has donated 1,000 new bike racks and 5 repair stations to the City of Cincinnati. The donation significantly increases the number of racks and bike parking across Cincinnati.  “Until now, cyclists have gotten…

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So your favorite restaurants have reopened…how are you getting there?  Some streets are closing lanes to make more room for outdoor seating and safe physical distancing. With leaders allowing a slow reopen of certain businesses in the Ohio and Kentucky, restaurants are coming up with innovative ways to accommodate social distancing guidelines. Some parking options…

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Tri-State Trails and several organizations in the bicycling community of Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati are partnering to advocate for improvements to the Fourth Street Bridge between Newport and Covington, Kentucky. Representatives from ReNewport, Ride the Cov, Southbank Partners, Vision Zero NKY, Reser Bicycle Outfitters, Cincinnati Cycle Club, Queen City Bike, and Cincinnati Off-Road Alliance…

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For bikers, there’s no bigger bummer than realizing mid-ride that your seat is wobbly or your brakes need adjusting—except maybe the thump-thump of a flat tire. Trust us, we’ve been there. That’s why we’re so excited to announce our new public bike repair stations are open and ready for use! These stations feature the most…

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Newport, KY – Bicycling advocates in Newport will take to the streets on Tuesday, July 2 to explore how bike infrastructure could positively transform the city.  The “slow ride” is open to everyone and will start at 5:30 PM from Bernadette Watkins Park at the intersection of W. 6th Street and Patterson Street in Newport.  …

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