This is the current bike plan for four corridors in Durham.
The Association of Bicycling and Walking Professional’s *new* North Carolina Chapter is hosting a series of six socials in late January for individuals across the state!
Join them after work at the social nearest you to celebrate the kickoff of the new chapter. You do not need to be a member to attend. We encourage students, private sector employees, state and local government, advocates, and individuals to attend that are interested in:
Upcoming NC Chapter Events, including free webinars
Bicycling and Walking as a Profession
Networking with colleagues and peers
Tuesday January 24th
Steel String Brewery @ 106 S. Greensboro St (6-7:30PM)
Host: Sarah Johnson, UNC Chapel Hill
Bike Durham is inviting cyclists to try out a two-way cycle track (aka protected bike lane), which provides a physical separation between bicyclists and motorized vehicles in the form of a raised curb, onstreet parking, or bollards.
Help us make the case to Durham stakeholders about investing in better bikeways. This segment of Washington Street (east side) between Trinity Avenue and the Durham Athletic Park happens to be a key link in the East Coast Greenway. Check us out on your way to the Farmer’s Market!
Thanks to event our cosponsor, East Coast Greenway Alliance.
Jul 9 2016 -
8:00am to 2:00pm