Bike Walk Kentucky

 Active Transportation

Welcome to the Bicycle and Pedestrian Travel Program in Kentucky

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Fall has arrived which makes for some extraordinary scenery and comfortable biking and
walking weather in the Bluegrass State! Shorter days are also among us, so please be sure
to wear hi-vis or reflective clothing and have a bright light with you while cycling or
walking, especially during late afternoon and evening hours. Accidents involving cyclists and pedestrians tend to rise during the Fall season due to the shorter days and consequential lack of visibility. 

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.

The 2019 Kentucky Bicycle & Bikeways Commission's 2019 quarterly meetings are in the books. The Paula Nye Grant applications have been reviewed and funds will be awarded in early 2020. Please review the 4th Quarter Meeting minutes document below for information regarding awarded funds. The next meeting is scheduled for January 28, 2020.

2019 KBBC Meeting Records

KBBC 4th Quarter Meeting Agenda and Minutes

KBBC 3rd Quarter Meeting Agenda and Minutes 

2019 KBBC 2nd Quarter Meeting with notes

 KBBC 2019 1st Quarter Meeting with notes


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Share the Road License Plate Information



KY Share the Road Specialty Plate 


Share the Road (plaque) W16-1 with W11-1 (bike symbol plaque).


 MUTCD Figure9C-9. Shared Lane Marking

 This figure illustrates an example of a lane marked for bicycle and motorized traffic shared use.



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