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Happening Now...AoB Open Letter Urging City Council To Vote In Favor of 4-3 Conversion For Merrimon
May 17, 202270 Court Plaza Asheville, NC 28801 Dear Asheville City Council, On behalf of Asheville on...Read More >Merrimon 4-3 Conversion Public Comment Guidance
The City of Asheville in partnership with North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) have published a...Read More >Asheville on Bikes Publishes Study of Merrimon 4-3 Conversion Plans
We are pleased to publish our study of the 4-3 Conversion Plans for Merrimon Avenue north...Read More >
Selected work that is done…
We are thrilled to announce the completion of the West Wayne tactical urbanism project! Located at... Read More >Done Public Comment on FBRMPO 2020 TIP Amendment to delay projects after NCDOT budget shortfall
In 2020 many active transportation project were delayed by NCDOT and we pointed out the unfairness of their mistakes affecting Buncombe County and our regional MPO so drastically. Read More >Done Marc Hunt and Mike Sule tour the new RADTIP bike connections
Celebrate with us as we showcase Asheville’s first protected bike lane and 5 miles of bicycle... Read More >Done AoB Endorses Hellbender Trail Network, Provides Comment Guidance
May 2021 Update: the French Broad River Metropolitan Planning Organization (FBRMPO) officially adopted this plan. Here’s... Read More >Done Released: Asheville MMTC members COVID-19 Streets Proposal
Read the Asheville on Bikes copy of the COVID-19 Streets Proposal provided to the City of Asheville by members of MMTC on May 15th, 2020. Read More >Done Asheville on Bikes Wins 2020 Bicycle Advocacy Organization of the Year!
Asheville on Bikes named 2020 Bicycle Advocacy Organization of the Year Read More >Done Celebrating Asheville’s 5 new Bicycle Friendly Business Award winners!
Asheville has 5 new Bicycle Friendly Businesses award recipients! Read More >Done Coxe Avenue Tactical Urbanism Study Released!
The results are in! Read the full study results, measuring the before and after results of... Read More >Done Don’t be fooled: Bicycle registration laws are bad
Bicycle registration laws are pointless, expensive, and unjust. Read More >Done Thanks to Your Action, NCDOT is Rethinking its Strategy for the Merrimon Ave Widening Project
NCDOT announces a corridor study to inlieu of the controversial road widening. Kudos! Read More >Done Write Council RE: Charlotte St Road Diet
WRITE TO CITY COUNCIL TO SUPPORT THE ROAD DIET ON CHARLOTTE ST The time is now... Read More >Done Letter to City Council RE: “Asheville, One of the Worst Cities for Crashes,” and Coxe Avenue Tactical Urbanism
AoB stands firm in its commitment to establishing a safe and robust active transportation network in the City of Asheville. Read More >