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Learn about Current & Proposed Bike Projects

Mayor Fischer's Budget adds 28 New Miles of Bike Lanes
See the map of proposed new routes in Old Louisville.



Wayfinding Project
(2014)
Look for new signage around town to show where bike lanes and paths are and distances to key locations around town!
Proposed Wayfinding Sign Locations ( 9.4MB PDF file)
Map ( 1.7MB PDF file)
Project Plan ( 1.3MB PDF file)


2nd Street
(Done)
Adding Bike Lanes and signage to 2nd Street from Oak Street to West Jacob Street.
Map (5.5MB PDF File)
8th Street
(Done)
Adding Bike symbols and signage to the 8th Street Bike Lane which starts at Market Street and ends at West Kentucky Street.
Map (4.0MB PDF File)


Bank Street
(Done)
Adding Bike Sharrows and signage from 21st Street to 29th Street.
Map (5.1MB PDF File)


Market and Jefferson Street between 10th and 2nd Street
Adding Bike Sharrows and signage from 10th Street to 2nd Street.
(Done)
Map (8.9MB PDF File)


River Road between Frankfort Ave. and U.S. 42
Adding "Bike May Use Full Lane" signage
(Done)
Map (3.6MB PDF file)


Poplar Level Road
Adding Bike symbols and signage to the Poplar Level Road Bike Lane which starts at Eastern Pkwy and ends at I-264.
(Done)

Map (18.5MB PDF file)


Spring Street at Mellwood and Story Avenue intersections
Adding Bike Boxes at the Spring and Mellwood intersection and Spring and Story intersection.
(Done)
Map (468KB PDF file)


West Main Street
(Done)
Adding Bike Sharrows and signage from 6th Street to 20th Street.
Map (9.0MB PDF File)


Seneca Park Loop
(Project due to begin in spring of 2014)
Learn more about this project below:
Seneca Park Loop Project Exhibit Map (648kb PDF file)
Check this website for more updates in the near future.
 

Johnsontown Road between Greenbelt Hwy to Trade Port Drive
(Done)
Map


For more information:

Rolf Eisinger
Bicycle & Pedestrian Coordinator
(502) 574-6473
Email Rolf