I BIKE KNX promotes bicycling as part of the overall transportation system. We are housed within the Knoxville Regional Transportation Planning Organization and work to implement the 2009 Regional Bicycle Plan.

OUR VISION

A convenient, efficient transportation system where people can bike safely to all places.

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REGIONAL BIKE FACILITIES MAP

Use this map to learn about facilities across East Tennessee. The map includes information on:

  • Bike lanes
  • Signed bicycling routes
  • Greenways and other multiuse trails
  • NEW Bicycle repair stations and bike shops

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News from I BIKE KNX

Biking with your kids

Summer is upon us with long days and ample opportunities to spend more time outside with friends and family. What better way to spend time with your family this summer than by biking together? We’ve laid out some suggestions for how you can make the most of riding with your kids this summer and all year long!

Smart Trips Program Offers Options to City Parking Changes

As of July 1, 2016, several changes related to garage and street parking took effect in certain parts of Knoxville. With a focus on downtown and Fort Sanders, the City and Public Building Authority (PBA) are increasing enforcement, adjusting rates, and installing new meters. With all of this, monthly parking fees for garage parking will see a slight increase, most meters will have slightly higher fees and now include Saturdays, and there will be more officers to police these changes.

Bike Month Success

May was National Bike Month, and Knoxville’s participation showed how eager the community is to continue growing its bike culture. There were activities throughout the month with various events, rides, and classes that celebrated all kinds of people who ride bicycles. Bike rodeos were held in Maryville and Knoxville, encouraging children to learn the rules of the road, bike safety checks, and bike handling skills. The Ride of Silence on May 18 honored bicyclists who have been injured or killed by motor vehicles. The final celebration for the month was Bike to Work Day, which fell on May 19 for ORNL and June 3 for Knoxville (rescheduled from May due to forecasted bad weather). It was Knoxville’s 16th annual event.Smart Trips Awards were also given that morning, with some people winning challenges for the month and others receiving recognition for their commitment over the last five years. See full article for more details.

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2015 Bike to Work Day
 
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