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2009 Knoxville Regional Bicycle Plan

The 2009 Bicycle Plan Update was officially adopted by the TPO Executive Board on May 27, 2009.

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Performance Measure for the 2009 Knoxville Regional Bicycle Plan >>

2002 Knoxville Regional Bicycle Plan

Adopted by:
The Knoxville Regional Transportation Planning Organization Executive Board on October 23, 2002
The City of Alcoa Board of Commissioners on April 8, 2003

Progress of Bicycle Plan Implementation: 10-5-04

"The Knoxville Regional Bicycle Plan envisions a convenient, efficient transportation system where people can bike safely to all destinations."

The Knoxville Regional Bicycle Plan provides a guide for the development of a convenient, efficient transportation system where people can bike safely to all destinations. This Plan recognizes the growing needs of the bicycling public and seeks to encourage more bicycling for both personal transportation and recreation. Bicycling as transportation improves air quality and reduces traffic congestion. In addition, bicyclists benefit from improved health and fitness.

The Plan is divided into six major sections: Planning and Policy; Design and Engineering; Maintenance; Enforcement; Education and Safety; and Promotion and Outreach. Each section includes numerous action steps that need to be accomplished in order to achieve the Plan's vision. It will take the cooperation of many city and county agencies, organizations, the TPO Bicycle Advisory Committee and citizens to reach the goals that have been laid out. To find out more about how you can get involved, check out the Bicycle Program.

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