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Triangle area agencies are working together to plan a regional, 17-mile, shared-use path linking Raleigh, Cary, Morrisville, Research Triangle Park (RTP), Durham, and Chapel Hill following the I-40 and NC54 corridor. The path will connect Triangle residents and visitors to jobs, popular destinations, trail networks, transit, and more, across the region. While the project is called a bikeway, it will be a shared-use path suitable for users of all ages and abilities both on foot and by bike. Shared-use paths are paved trails that are separated from vehicular traffic and used by both pedestrians and cyclists. Public Notice and Final Plan Now Available!
Continue to learn more about this project on the Triangle J Council of Governments Site.
Triangle Bikeway Feasibiity & Implementation Study - Final Plan
The Triangle Bikeway project studied the idea of a 17-mile bicycle path linking Raleigh, Research Triangle Part (RTP), Durham and Chapel Hill along I 40 and NC 54. The final report will be presented to the Executive Board at their March 16, 2022 meeting. A public comment period open until April 19, with potential Executive Board endorsement of the study recommendations as outlined in the final report at their April 20, 2022 meeting. Comments can be submitted through the webform, via email to email@example.com, via phone to 919-996-4403, or via U.S. Mail to: CAMPO, Attn: Bonnie Parker, 421 Fayetteville St., Suite 203, Raleigh, NC 27601