Green Bay Walking & Bicycling Pan

The Green Bay School District and the City of Green Bay are teaming up to create a walking and bicycling plan for the City.   They need your help!  They have created an interactive map where you can identify hot spots and leave comments on the conditions for walking and bicycling in Green Bay.  Please go here to provide your input:

New Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon (HAWK)

The  WisDOT has activated the Green Bay area’s first High-intensity Activated crossWalK or HAWK on WIS 57 (Riverside Drive) in Allouez.

The Village of Allouez, Walkable Allouez Bike and Ped Ad Hoc
Committee and WisDOT worked together to mitigate safety concerns for
pedestrians and bicyclists crossing WIS 57 (Riversdale Drive) to reach the Fox
River State Recreational Trial. With an Annual Daily Traffic Volume (ADT) of
14,000 vehicles/day, a 35 mph speed limit and no traffic control devices, the
HAWK was an acceptable solution for pedestrians and bicyclists to cross this
section of Allouez safely.

Take a look at the HAWK in action:

Click Here to download the HAWK informational flier.

Open Streets Green Bay – 2018!

Its that time of year again!  Open Streets Green Bay is coming up on July 14th!

Enjoy a day of FREE family fun and explore Green Bay’s downtown city streets while biking, walking, running, skating and more. It’s not a race—there’s no registration or finish line—just free, healthy fun, great city views and local entertainment.

Plus, enjoy food, music, activities and Fit Fest presented by Green Bay’s Parks and Recreation.