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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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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CROWN Capital Campaign raises $10 million to connect urban trails

The CROWN Capital Campaign announced today that they have raised $10 million in private funding to support the first phase of a 34-mile urban trail loop around Cincinnati. P&G joins Kroger Health and UDF as “CROWN Jewel” partners in the nonprofit fundraising effort to link the Wasson Way, Little Miami Scenic Trail, and Ohio River…

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Reopening the Purple People Bridge

On November 19, amid lights and fanfare, a ribbon cutting and press conference celebrated the reopening of the Purple People Bridge after a six month closure. Cincinnati City Council member Meeka Owens and Newport Mayor Tom Guidugli Jr. described the bridge as a vital connection to the health and vitality of our region’s people–an asset…

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Volunteers Expand Whitewater Canal Trail

The Whitewater Canal Trail is a treat for everyone. This flat, crushed-gravel trail meanders through wooded forests and river valley landscapes offering rich scenery and diverse wildlife in the quiet countryside. The trail runs parallel to the historic Whitewater Canal, through the charming town of Metamora, and adjacent to farmland and conservation landscapes making this…

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BRIGHT Ride for Better Bike Infrastructure

Put on your layers and meet us at Sawyer Point for a gentle BRIGHT Ride through Cincinnati’s urban core. We’ll ride on streets, a bike trail, a protected bike lane, and an unprotected bike lane so you can see for yourself how each of these experiences affect cyclists. We will end at Queen City Radio…

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