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Bike Walk Kentucky

Welcome to the Bicycle and Pedestrian Travel Program in Kentucky
REMINDER: All Paula Nye Grant applications must be received by KYTC no later than October 1st! More information is available below.

Cycling and walking are excellent modes of transportation to get around your town! Some of the many benefits are: personal health improvements, zero greenhouse gas emissions, relief of traffic congestion, and they are the lowest-cost modes of personal transportation. 

The Fall season is upon us which brings along fewer hours of daylight, so it is very important to prioritize your visibility while cycling or walking. Stay aware, follow the rules of the road, and utilize proper safety gear! Cyclists should always utilize two lights; a white/yellow light mounted to the handlebars, facing forward, and a red light mounted to the seat post, facing rearward.

Annual Paula Nye Memorial Education Grant awards can be viewed in the KBBC 4th Quarter Meeting Minutes documents on the KBBC Webpage. Awarded grantees from the past two years are available to view. 

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has teamed up with the Kentucky Department of Public Health to ensure coordination and communication regarding initiatives and programs that promote and support infrastructure for active transportation throughout the Commonwealth. To learn more about this agreement, click here to review the Memorandum of Understanding between our agencies.

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Paula Nye Memorial Bicyclist and Pedestrian Education Grant

The Kentucky Bicycle and Bikeway Commission Grant Program makes grants available that will improve the safety of non-motorized transportation

Download the Grant Application below:

Paula Nye Memorial Educational Grant Application

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