2016 was a great year for walking and biking in Tennessee.
With your help, Bike Walk Tennessee protected funding for walking and biking projects in communities from Memphis to Johnson City.
The fifth annual Tennessee Bike Summit in Chattanooga was a huge success, and we look forward to a return to Memphis in May.
Our partners at Bike Walk Knoxville, Bike Walk Chattanooga, and Bike Walk Memphis were joined by new partners in Bike Walk Murfreesboro and Bike Walk Brentwood. Our network of advocates across the state continues to grow.
We advanced the US Bike Route System in Tennessee, and will certify US Bike Route 21 in the Spring of 2017.
With transportation funding among the most important topics in 2017, Bike Walk Tennessee has more opportunities than ever before.
A gift to Bike Walk Tennessee will go directly to the movement for great streets in cities and towns statewide - a movement for communities that invite people to walk and bike and encourages economic development and prosperity for all.
This holiday season, consider the gift of safer streets in Tennessee.
And remember: it's your support that keeps us moving.
Wishing you the happiest of holiday seasons, and sending joy for the new year,
Anthony C. Siracusa
Bike Walk Tennessee