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Highlights from recent eNews:
- Grow the USBRS in Your State. Do you want to see a U.S. Bicycle Route in your state? Sign this petition to let your state department of transportation know you’d like them to develop and officially designate U.S. Bicycle Routes. Sign here.
- New U.S. Bicycle Routes in Maine and West Virginia! With the designation of USBR 501 in Maine and USBR 50 in West Virginia, the USBRS is now over 14,000 miles in 27 states and Washington, DC. Read more.
- Tracking USBR 66 Development in California. USBRS volunteer, Bill Sellin, developed a website to track the progress toward designation of U.S. Bicycle Route 66 across California. Explore the website.
- What’s the Story with Kansas? We’re working with the Kansas Department of Transportation to improve safety for people traveling by bike across the state. Read more.
- Coastal Georgia Joins the USBRS. The 197-mile USBR 1 in Georgia rolls through the historic streets of Savannah and connects to over a dozen communities along the Atlantic Coast. Read more.