With Louisville’s bike share system launching in less than five days, crews have been hard at work distributing stations across the city.
It turns out that motorists hitting stationary objects — houses, stores, power lines, bridges — is exceedingly common in Louisville and across the country.
It’s finally happening! Louisville’s long-awaited bike share program now has a name, sponsors, and a launch date.
Bike Louisville, the city’s agency covering bikes and pedestrians, is hoping 2017 will shape up to be a big year for biking in the city.
Louisville has made some serious progress in building up its bike network, but there’s a lot of work still to be done.