Tyler Bike Stripes Project
The City of Tyler held an on-line virtual public hearing on Monday, May 11, 2020 to present a formal hearing and presentation for the proposed bike lane striping on roadways in Tyler.
The meeting was held from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. with project staff presenting information. Members of the public were able to call and verbally provide testimony immediately following the virtual presentation
The public hearing will be available to view until May 26.
The Tyler Bike Stripes Project Public Hearing - PowerPoint Slides will are also available to review.
The purpose of the hearing is to present the Tyler Bike Stripes Project plan and to receive public comment on the proposed project.
If you do not have internet access, you may call 903-531-1204 to ask questions about the project and access project materials at any time during the project development process.
Formal written comments may be provided by mail to the City of Tyler, Attn: Cameron Williams, P.E., Box 2039, Tyler, TX 75710.
Residents can also submit comments via our online form.
To be included as part of the project’s official record, comments must be received by Monday, May 26, 2020.
All verbally provided testimony and timely written comments submitted by mail or email will be included as part of the official record for this hearing and project, and considered by the City of Tyler.
Responses to verbally provided testimony and comments will be prepared by the City, included as part of the hearing and project record and will be available on this webpage.
The project identifies 11 bicycle lane routes and a centralized hub near the downtown area. The proposed work includes painting bicycle lanes and placing designated signage along the existing roadways. An overview of all the routes is provided below along with plans for the new "spokes."
- Complete Overview
- Spoke 1 – From UT Tyler along Old Omen Road, McDonald Road, Golden Road, Devine Street and Mahon Road to Tyler Junior College (Spoke 1 Plans)
- Spoke 2 – From Loop 323 along Garden Valley Road and W. Oakwood Street to Bonner Avenue; From Oakwood Street from Bonner Avenue to Ferguson Street; From N. Glenwood Boulevard along Forest Avenue and S. Lyons Avenue to S. Parkdale Drive; From Forest Avenue along W. Erwin Street to Confederate Avenue (Spoke 2 Plans)
- Spoke 3 – From Loop 323 along Paluxy Drive, Decharles Street, Amherst Street and Donnybrook Avenue to Houston Street (Spoke 3 Plans)
- Spoke 4 – From Loop 323 along Bellwood Road and Houston street to S. Vine Avenue; From Shaw Street along S. Lyons Avenue to Bellwood Road (Spoke 4 Plans)
- Spoke 5 – From Cambridge Road, along Townhouse Drive, Heritage Drive, Baylor Drive, Karen Drive, Powell Drive, Barbee Drive and Sutherland Drive to E. Grande Boulevard; From Rose Rudman Park along Donnybrook Avenue to Amherst Street (Spoke 5 Plans)
- Spoke 6 – From Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard along Palace Avenue, Harmony Street, Border Avenue, W. Queen Street, N. Ross Avenue, W. Bow Street, Moore Avenue to W. Oakwood Street (Spoke 6 Plans)
- Spoke 7 – From Old Jacksonville Highway. along Dueling Oaks, Cherryhill Drive, Hollystone Drive, Pinehurst Street, Hollytree Circle, Woodlands Drive, Hollytree Drive, Rieck Road, Cloverdale Drive, Trenton Drive, Timberwilde Drive, Old Bullard Road and Shelley Drive to Driftwood Lane; From Shelley Drive along Brookside Drive and Fair Lane to Sunnybrook Drive (Spoke 7 Plans)
- Spoke 8 – From Loop 323 along N. Broadway Avenue, W. 32nd Street, Glass Avenue and W. 28th Street to Mamie G. Griffin Elementary School; From Texas College along W. 29th to Glass Avenue; From W. 24th Street along N. Palace Avenue to W. 29th Street (Spoke 8 Plans)
- Spoke 9 – From Donnybrook Avenue along Amherst Street and Sunnybrook Drive to Frankston Highway.; From Sunnybrook Drive along Camellia Street, W. Azalea Drive, Terre Haute Drive and San Jacinto Drive to Milam Drive; From W. Houston Street along S. Chilton Avenue, W. 6th Street and Robertson Avenue to Sunnybrook Drive (Spoke 9 Plans)
- Spoke 10 – From Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard along Winona Avenue, E. Hillsboro Avenue, Church Avenue and Pabst Avenue to E. Queen Street (Spoke 10 Plans)
- Spoke 11 - From Loop 323 along E. Erwin Street to S. Beckham Avenue; From E. Erwin Street along Palmer Avenue to Devine Street (Spoke 11 Plans)
- Hub – Along Houston Street, S. Fannin Avenue, W. Erwin Street, W. Ferguson Street, N. Bonner Avenue and S. Vine Avenue (Hub Plans)
Current Bicycle Routes
As part of the Tyler 21 Plan, the City of Tyler is committed to developing alternatives to automobile transportation by making pedestrian and bike travel a priority. Bike routes, bike lanes and the hike and bike trail systems connect parks, offices, retail centers, lodging, schools and neighborhoods; all to promote a healthy lifestyle and eco-friendly community.
Bike Routes are designated roadways where bicyclists share the road with vehicular traffic.
Bike Lanes are areas with specific striping to designate the area bicyclists should ride in.
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View Bike Route 3 in a larger map
View Bike Route 5 in a larger map