Traffic Alert – Increased Cyclists in Western Cary for Charity Bike Ride
- Hundreds of cyclists expected to turn out for charity bike ride starting at the USA Baseball Complex and stretching into Chatham County on April 8.
- No streets will be closed, but officers will be at critical intersections to ensure the safety of all.
- Learn how to properly share the street with cyclists, pedestrians, and other drivers at www.townofcary.org.
Cary, NC – Drivers in western Cary should expect an increased amount of cyclists in the area on Saturday, April 8 as hundreds of cyclists are anticipated to come out and participate in a charity bike ride. At 8:30 a.m., cyclists will leave the USA Baseball National Training Complex at Thomas Brooks Park and continue on a route that takes them along Green Level West Road, Luther Road, Hortons Pond Road, Ferrington Road, Martha’s Chapel Road, Barbee Road, New Hope Church Road and Morrisville Parkway. While no streets will ever be completely closed, officers from the Town of Cary and Chatham County Sheriff’s Office will be at critical intersections to ensure the safety of all. Rules for sharing the road with cyclists and drivers can be found under the Community Services section of www.townofcary.org.
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Lt. Rick Glancy, Planning/Special Events, (919) 460-4901
Carrie Roman, Public Information Specialist, (919) 481-5091
Deanna Hawkes, Deputy Public Information Officer, (919) 380-4240