Moving New Orleans Bikes moves to the Eastbank — RSVP Today

Low-stress bikeway installations are coming soon to the Marigny, the French Quarter, Central City, and the Lower Garden District. Whether you drive for most of your trips, rely exclusively on your bike, or a dedicated transit rider, this is your chance to see for yourself what’s next for improved mobility in your neighborhood. We need as much community participation as possible to weigh in on the City’s proposed designs, identify any issues, and to help spread the news to friends and neighbors.

RSVP today to attend a Moving New Orleans Bikes teleconference for your neighborhood:

This is a great opportunity for you to discuss how your streets should be improved with the officials responsible for making it happen. City officials gathered information from local residents over the last year and have been working hard to deliver more safety and access to destinations for the community. Of course, residents and businesses know their local streets best, so please, participate in these community design meetings and be heard!

The first 11 miles of the Moving New Orleans Bikes network in Algiers are being built right now, more people are biking in the city than ever before, and New Orleans was just named a top 20 city in the country for biking! We have the momentum to make biking (and all mobility options) easy, safe, accessible, and fun for everyone across New Orleans.

But to get a bikeway network that works for every resident – one that helps people safely get where they need to go, improves economic opportunity, provides mobility options to those who need it most, and improves our quality-of-life – we need everyone to know and participate in building it together.

RSVP to let us know you’re interested in participating in these crucial community design meetings: