Bike Walk Knoxville is the local expert for bicycle and pedestrian safety and accessibility. We advocate for all ages and abilities in the community to have safe and accessible streets for walking and biking; thus working to build a more walkable, bikeable, and livable City. Through our advocacy programs, Bike Walk Knoxville works with communities to empower their voices for active transportation, with elected officials to enact smart policy changes, and with the Knoxville government to guide best practices in implementation. Advocacy is one of three sub-committees of the Bike Walk Knoxville Advisory Committee.
The Knoxville City Council meets every other week on Tuesdays at 6:00 pm. You can find more details and the meeting schedule here. Due to COVID-19, members of the public are currently not able to physically attend the meetings, but you can stream the meetings here.
For information about engaging with the Knoxville City Council, please click here.
The Knox County Commission meets the fourth Monday of every month at 5:00 pm. You can find more details and the meeting schedule here. Due to COVID-19, members of the public are currently not able to physically attend the meetings, but you can stream the meetings here.
For information about engaging with the Knox County Commission, please click here.
Vision Zero is a grassroots campaign with a simple goal – bring the number of traffic fatalities and serious injuries to zero.
Bike Walk Knoxville fully endorses and will support a Vision Zero Knoxville campaign to eliminate deaths and serious injuries on our roadways. We have formed a Vision Zero sub-committee as a part of our BWK Advisory Committee that is working to implement a Vision Zero campaign in Knoxville.
We are calling on you to join our efforts in ending traffic fatalities and severe injuries, while increasing safe, healthy, equitable mobility for all. Please join us in supporting a future with zero road deaths and injuries in Knoxville, TN by signing our Vision Zero petition!
Our President, Dr. Caroline Cooley, presented to the MLK Corridor Steering Committee on April 20, 2021 about how zoning and active transportation infrastructure can benefit the work they are doing to improve the East Knoxville community. Click here to learn more!