Wondering what’s going on along William Street near St. Francis Medical Center and West Park Mall lately? A multi-modal (bicycle and pedestrian) trail and signal improvements are being completed along William Street (Route K) and […]
Should scooter drivers be required to carry insurance, wear a helmet and be prohibited from traveling on streets with greater than 35 mph speed limits? Compare Current/Proposed Ordinance Take Survey An ordinance scheduled for final approval at […]
In 2011, the City of Cape Girardeau added dedicated bike lanes and striped approximately 16 miles of city streets, facilitating easier bike travel around town. The bike lanes were made possible by a grant through […]
There is still time to register for the 23rd Annual Coors Light/Trail of Tears Triathlon on Sept. 15 in Cape Girardeau. Registration between now and Sept. 13 is $55 per individual and $65 per team […]
Bicycles are proving to be a healthier mode of transportation for both the rider and the environment. The Cape Girardeau Police Department and Southeast Missouri State University’s Department of Public Safety (DPS) are also finding […]
Assistant City Manager Heather Brooks discusses recent bike lane and trail developments, funded by a Missouri Foundation for Health grant on the May episode of Cape Chronicle, celebrating National Bike Month.
By Ryan Marx, Communications Specialist Spring 2012 Public Information Office Intern The City of Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation Department will host their 29th annual Steamboat Classic Triathlon on Sunday, April 29 at 9 a.m. […]
Free bicycle registration is now being offered by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. For citizens of Cape Girardeau, bicycles that become lost or stolen can be readily identifiable and returned to their owners with this […]