Community partners team up on the annual fall campaign to
encourage cyclists to use lights and to remind motorists to watch for bikes.
Make sure you can SEE and BE SEEN by using lights when you ride at night.
During the hours of darkness cyclists must use a white front light attached to the bike visible for 500 feet, along with a red reflector attached to the back of the bike.
Annual Bicycle and Pedestrian Count Data
For more information, contact the Transportation Options Coordinator in the Public Works Department administration office.