The Office of Advanced Planning works across Metro departments and with community partners to plan programs and provide resources to encourage alternative transportation and biking in Louisville.
A few of these initiatives/projects include:
CycLOUvia–an open streets program that repurposes busy corridors by temporarily replacing traditional vehicular traffic with pedestrian traffic. Streets become paved parks where people of all ages, abilities, and socio-economic backgrounds can come to improve their mental, physical, and emotional health. CycLOUvia events have been held on Frankfort Avenue, Bardstown Road, West Broadway and Goss Avenue-Logan Street-Shelby Street.
Louisville Loop--an estimated 100-mile trail system that will eventually encircle the city and link existing and new parks and neighborhoods to civic attractions, transportation alternative and recreation opportunities.
Bikeshare--an innovative transportation program, ideal for short distance point-to-point trips providing users the ability to pick up a bicycle at any self-serve bike-station and return it to any other bike station located within the system's service area. The Bikeshare program will be rolled out in spring 2017.
To visit the city’s Bike Louisville website, please click here.
If you have a bike question, please contact Public Works’ Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator Rolf Eisinger at 574-6473.