Bike Lane

Fast Facts: Bike Lane Construction Increases Connections

Mike Colvin Fast Facts

Bike LaneNew connections for bike lanes in the city of Dayton will close existing gaps between different destinations. Six projects will add bike lanes, ramps and connectors that will enhance the existing bicycling infrastructure. These include:

  • Wayne Avenue and East Fourth Street bike lanes: Install bike lanes along Wayne Avenue from East Fourth Street to East Fifth Street, as well as on East Fourth Street from St. Clair Street to Wayne Avenue. Length: 0.4 miles
  • Jefferson Street bike lanes: Construct a northbound bike lane along Jefferson Street from Buckeye Street (south of U.S. 35) to Patterson Boulevard. It also will create a southbound bike lane along Patterson Boulevard, East Sixth Street and Jefferson Street from East Fifth Street to Buckeye Street. Length: 0.3 Miles
  • Monument Avenue bike lane: Construct a westbound bike lane along Monument Avenue from Jefferson Street to Wilkinson Street. A southbound bike lane will be built along St. Clair Street from Monument Avenue to the alley north of East First Street. Length: 0.4 miles
  • West Riverview Avenue bike ramp: Project will build a bike ramp from West Riverview Avenue at Forest Avenue to the Great Miami River Trail. Length: 0.1 miles

To learn more about Dayton’s cycling initiatives, download the 2025 Bicycle Action Plan.

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