First of all, Kudos to all you who took the time to provide feedback and comments on the first draft of the City of Dayton Bike Map, some really good stuff came out of it and the City of Dayton is grateful.
2 months have passed since the first draft of the City of Dayton Bike Map was posted. The City successfully completed and submitted their Bike Friendly Community application to the League of American Bicyclists, designees should know by the middle of April (be ready for a celebration!), the National Bike Summit had over 700 advocates from across the country take to Capitol Hill and tell congress to pass legislation supporting pedestrian and cycling infrastructure, and Google launched their bicycling direction module, which with Google being Google, could be a game changer.
Over those 2 months the City of Dayton Planning and Engineering Team have spent lots of time analyzing and assessing the comments made regarding the first draft and have posted their second draft, version 2.0. Again, please keep in mind that this is still a draft/work in progress and you feedback is still very welcome. Click here to see Version 2.0.
In the meantime, the weather is changing so get your bike into the shop, get a tune-up and get ready for Bike to Work Month!