We need bicycle and mobility lanes NOW more than EVER, with many families in need of safe outdoor activities and many essential workers relying on bikes as the safest form of transportation without a car.
We need to be vocal, together to ensure this year's budget stays in tact and our system continues to grow.
We have a template email with all the pertinent info that you can use to get started.
First we'll get the right contact info for the City Council District where you work or live.
Let our Council representatives know we have a strong bicycle community invested in keeping the FULL budget for important bicycle & mobility infrastructure.
Hear about our upcoming web meetings to dive into the bicycle budget details and get the latest info as it comes available
The new fiscal year for the City of Dallas begins October 1st. Timing is critical. City staff have released the preliminary billion-dollar budget, and cuts will be necessary this year to make ends meet.
We're digging into the details about where we've been and what we need to do to ensure the budget is increased as planned. Join the email list to receive meeting info.
Please share this information with your friends and neighbors in Dallas to help support bikes in this budget cycle.
Small groups of neighbors are gathering across DFW to advocate for bicycle infrastructure and get to know their neighbors.
Connect Dallas is the City’s first five-year strategic transportation vision, a multimodal plan that will consider all forms of transportation, including biking, walking, transit, automobiles, freight, and new mobility options, such as bike-share, transportation network companies and e-scooters.
Through the planning process, City leadership, residents, planners, and stakeholders are working together to develop a transportation system that supports the City’s housing, economic, equity and sustainability goals. The plan is led by the Dallas Department of Transportation and should be comeplete in 2020.
We still have a long way to go, but we have A PLAN!
All the paths, installed, funded, and panned in parks and trails through the city.
Here's what's on the ground now.
A few of the newest additions have yet to be added to the map.
More info on the most used / best on-street routes and trails.
Existing and planned on-street bikeways and off-street trails
We'll send you Info about upcoming web budget meetings and help you stay in the know.
Feed coming soon