Bike Walk Knoxville works to improve biking and walking opportunities in the Knoxville community. We work to make sure all ages and abilities in the community have safe and accessible streets for walking and biking.

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Advance Knox is an effort to define a vision and create a plan that will guide growth, land use, transportation, economic prosperity, and quality of life in the County for years to come. This 18-month process will be the first time Knox County has created an integrated land use and transportation plan, and it has the potential to be transformative. It is crucial that this plan be built on the values, needs, and aspirations of people throughout the county, and be supported by good data. Priorities Week will be the third round of community input, with five in-person and two virtual events scheduled to present proposed transportation projects. We encourage everyone to participate!

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Knoxville is applying to have Knoxville evaluated to be recognized as a Bicycle Friendly Community! As a part of this process, bicyclists in our community have an opportunity to give input to help the League gain a better understanding of local bicyclists' experiences. The public survey will close on Wednesday, April 5, so we encourage everyone to participate!

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The Knoxville Regional Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) is creating a Regional Roadway Safety Action Plan, and wants to hear from you! This will be a different type of roadway safety plan, one that takes a Safe System approach. The Safe System approach acknowledges that humans make mistakes, and that deaths and serious injuries are not an acceptable cost of doing business. 

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Our ability to affect positive change in Knoxville is only as great as the number of supporters we have. We invite you to support bicycling and walking in Knoxville by making a tax-deductible gift. If you would like to make a donation, click below.