New bike lanes are being striped on designated bike routes around Cape Girardeau. In addition to “Share the Road” signage, the lanes will include both solid and dashed lines, shared use arrows, and bike symbols. Motorists are asked to keep an eye out for cyclists, especially where striping has begun on Lexington and Sprigg Streets, and Silver Springs Road. Cyclists are asked to follow all traffic laws and use hand signals.
The Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation Foundation will hold its first ever Bike to Work and School Day on May 15, which is National Bike to Work Day. This free event encourages everybody to ride their bikes for a […]
Be a part of the process to develop Southeast Missouri’s first regional, long-range transportation plan! The Southeast Metropolitan Planning Organization (SEMPO) is hosting two information sessions in an open house format to kick off the […]
Rediger to Participate in Group Press Briefing Announcing Developments in Mississippi River Sustainability
Information from a news release submitted to the City of Cape Girardeau Public Information Office Mayor Harry Rediger of Cape Girardeau, Mo., along with fellow Mississippi River Mayors and the Delta Regional Authority (DRA), will hold […]