Bicycle Advisory Committee - Completed Facilities Projects

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The UK Bicycle Advisory Committee

The goal of the BAC is to cultivate a bicycle-friendly campus by educating its community about safe bicycling practices and improving bicycle facilities on campus.

To suggest a facilities project, please email us at

Facility and Infrastructure Projects

Completed Projects - Campus Bicycle Facilities Map (PDF)

  • Alumni Drive bike lane (Tates Creek to University)
  • Alumni Drive shared use path (Tates Creek to University)
  • Annual refresh of all existing bike lane stripes (2012 -2016)
  • Arboretum Woods Shared Use Path
  • Bike Parking Additions or Upgrades: Baldwin, Anderson Tower, Gatton College of Business and Economics, Ingels, Morgan Biology, Patterson Office Tower (northeast corner), Smith Hall, Ag North, Bowman's Den, Central Hall, Champions Court I and II, Gillis Building, Haggin Hall, Johnson Hall, Lancaster Aquatic Center, Pence Hall, Student Center, The 90, Woodland Glen I - IV, W.T. Young Library, Fine Arts, Limestone Park I&II, Good Samaritan Medical Office Building, Whalen Building, Stuckert Career Center, Seaton Center, Medical Behavioral Science Building.
  • Connection to Baptist Health from University Court
  • Cooper Drive bike lane (Nicholasville Road to Sports Center Drive)**
  • Hilltop bike lanes(University to Woodland)
  • Installation of six (6) DIY Bike Fix-It Stations: College of Nursing, Johnson Center, Oswald Building, Patterson Drive, South Campus Commons and W.T. Young Library
  • Maxwell bike lanes (Limestone to Rose)**
  • Patterson Drive bike lane and sharrows
  • Red Mile Road bike lanes and sharrows (Broadway to Horseman)**
  • Removal of "No Biking" emblems across campus
  • Rose Street bike lanes Avenue of Champions to Rose Lane**
  • Rose Street bike lanes and sharrows (Maxwell to Euclid)**
  • University Drive bike lanes (Alumni to Hilltop)
  • Woodland Avenue bike lanes (Columbia to Euclid)
  • Virginia Avenue (Broadway to Limestone)

*The Blazer Hall DIY Bike Fix-It Station was funded by the Student Sustainability Council.
**Project coordinated and/or co-funded with Lexington Fayette-Urban County Government.