Posted by Amber Jenkins - email
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -- City Council has approved a New Cincinnati Bicycle Transportation plan on Wednesday.
The plan sets a 15-year program that will add 329 miles of bike lanes and other improvements to make bicycling in the city easier.
The plan also calls for immediate improvements over the next 18 months to three major routes in the city. They include Madison Road, Spring Grove Avenue, and Riverside Drive.
Even those who never ride a bicycle themselves will benefit, " says President of the Queen City Bike, Gary Wright." Having more bicycles on our streets increases the vitality of our neighborhoods just by making them more attractive to other people. People attract people."