With meetings, state gets rolling on its bicycle plan

Posted: April 2, 2014 at 5:26 a.m.

A cyclist rides past a mural in North Little Rock’s Riverfront Park on Tuesday as Arkansas officials discuss ways to improve the state’s bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly ranking.

Arkansas kicked off a series of public meetings Tuesday on developing the first statewide bicycle and pedestrian plan in 15 years — one that planners say should better acknowledge that biking and walking are increasingly popular.

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