We have not shared this recently. Time to fix that. The town continues to maintain a ‘wiki map’ to allow the public to specify areas the town needs to focus on and help in planning for bicycling facilities. It is our understanding the town is actively using this data to assist in planning and prioritization
John Pucher, an expert on city cycling, will give a free lecture at the Chapel Hill Library on Thurs., Feb. 19, at 3 p.m. The lecture will be “Making Chapel Hill a Sustainable Community: Improving Walking, Cycling and Transit.” Sponsored by Chapel Hill Alliance for a Livable Town, CHALT. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to event on the CHALT web site:
Use Facebook? Here is a Facebook event page:
Chapel Hill Holiday Parade
December 13: 9:00 AM
Join BACH, the Carrboro Bicycle Coalition, The RecycleRy, Carolina Tarwheels and cyclists from near and far for the Chapel Hill / Carrboro holiday parade!
Decorate your bike, ride with us and share the love of bicycling.
We have a theme this year: Carrying items by bike. Packages , Christmas trees (yes, one year, someone toted a tree with their cargo bike!)
All are welcome,. The more bikes, the better. Join us on December 13th, around 9:-9:30 AM near the Morehead Planetarium on Franklin street.
Classic Movie Breaking Away will be on Wallace Deck Sept 12 at NO CHARGE. Fun begins at 7 pm and movie at sunset. Bike In and be part of drawings, giveaways and free bike lights too!
Valet Parking: Local bike advocacy groups BACH and CBC will conduct Bike Valet Parking at no charge, with even more opportunity for drawings!
Cruiser RIdes: BACH invites cyclist to meet at 6pm to participate in a slow relaxed cruiser that will bring awareness to the community regarding cycling in Chapel Hill and Carrboro:
Feeder Rides: BACH is offerings feeder rides to the event & back after the movie for people to ride to the event in a group. The feeder rides meet at 5:15 at the Pool Parking lot in Southern Village and the Performance Bike shop in East Gate and leave precisely at 5:30pm to be at the Wallace Deck in time for the cruiser ride and require people to bring lights and possibly warmer clothes for the nightly ride back home.
UPDATE: Final Chapel Hill Bike Plan Complete and adopted by Town Council on June 9, 2014.
Please find a download link below
Download Links for Bike Plan in Sections (Under 10 MB Each)
· Pages 1-20
· Pages 21-35
· Pages 36-62
· Pages 63-77
· Pages 78-88
· Appendices A and B