|Aug 27 2015||
Public Meetings Set on Bike Lanes Planned for Sixth Street
Two public meetings are scheduled to share and receive feedback on plans to add bike lanes to Sixth Street from River Road south to Zane Street. The project is intended to improve the bicycle network by re-configuring lane widths and on-street parking between River Rd and Broadway, and reducing travel lanes between Broadway and Kentucky to provide a buffered bike lane. The project is tentatively set to get underway during the week of September 28.
|Jul 31 2015||
GPS Tracking Being Added to City Vehicle Fleet
Mayor Greg Fischer today announced that many vehicles in the city fleet will soon be outfitted with a new tool aimed at increasing fuel efficiency and driving safety, and improving maintenance.
|Apr 16 2015||
Pedestrian Safety Program Launched
Mayor Greg Fischer today launched a new pedestrian safety program called Look Alive Louisville. The campaign goal is to greatly reduce the number of pedestrian/vehicle collisions and bring to zero the number that result in pedestrian fatalities.
|Mar 11 2015||
Pothole Blitz 2015 is Underway
|Feb 5 2015||
TARC Receiving Grant To Expand ZeroBus Fleet
TARC will add five more all-electric ZeroBus vehicles to the fleet thanks to a $3.3 million grant announced today in Louisville by Federal Transportation Administration officials.
|Jan 12 2015||
All-Electric ZeroBus Fleet Launches Downtown
Mayor Greg Fischer joined TARC and other local officials today at the Louisville Slugger Museum to kick off the start of ZeroBus service in downtown Louisville.
|Nov 26 2014||
PARC Offers Free Parking for Dec. 3 "Coyote's Acoustic Concert"
One of the largest collections of country music singers will be performing at KFC Yum! Center on Wednesday, December 3, in honor of the retirement of 35-year 97.5 WAMZ host, Coyote Calhoun, and PARC wants to join the celebration by accepting donations in lieu of the $10 parking fee.
|Nov 11 2014||
TARC Celebrates 40 Years, Looks Ahead to All-Electric ZeroBus
Displaying an anniversary-themed “ruby” bus that revisits the past next to an all-electric bus of the future, TARC today celebrated 40 years of providing public transportation in Louisville.
|Oct 9 2014||
Cyclouvia Returns to Bardstown Road
The popular open streets event is coming back to where it all began, on Bardstown Road and Baxter Avenue, from Douglass Boulevard to East Broadway, Mayor Greg Fischer announced.
The next Cyclouvia will close Bardstown and Baxter to vehicular traffic on Sunday, October 12, 2014 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., with police-assisted crossings at Eastern Parkway and Grinstead Drive.
|Sep 25 2014||
Open house dates set for Move Louisville projects
Louisvillians now have the opportunity to take part in the final steps of Move Louisville, a nearly yearlong process that will determine the city’s long-range multimodal transportation wants and needs.