|Chairman||Dr. Edward Gross|
|Vice Chairman||Kevin Lynch|
Bikeways Committee c/o Town Hall
59 Town Hall Sq
Falmouth, MA 02540
|Meeting Schedule||First Wednesday of the month, 7 PM, Town Hall Building Dept. Meeting Room|
Agenda from 05/01/2013
May is Bike Month
- Saturday May 11, Bike Fest at Mullen Hall School
- Tuesday May 14, Bike to Work Day
- Tuesday May 14, Pedal to Parcels
- Friday May 24, Bike to School Day (details at school)
The Bikeways Committee supports and advises on the use of bicycles throughout the town for transportation and recreation. A map showing our town-wide network of designated bike routes can be downloaded from this website or obtained at Town Hall or the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce.
The Bikeways Committee also directs maintenance of the Shining Sea Bikeway, a paved pathway of extraordinary beauty. The Bikeway extends 10.7 miles, from County Road in North Falmouth to the Steamship Authority's Ferry terminal in Woods Hole, a historic seaside fishing village and the site of several major research institutions. It also connects at a number of points to the network of designated Bike Routes across Falmouth.
The Bikeway traverses salt marshes, cranberry bogs, ponds and woodlands; it skirts sandy shores and a busy working harbor. Its course includes numerous intriguing geological features. It is also the only bikeway on Cape Cod that has a section along the seashore.
Details of the exciting natural and cultural history touched in traveling along the Shining Sea Bikeway can be found by clicking on the image below.
History & Culture of the Bikeway
- Falmouth Bikeways and Bike Routes Map
Directions to the Shining Sea Bikeway
Shining Sea Bikeway Map
Annual Report of the Bikeways Committee for 2009
MassBike: The Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition
Rails To Trails Conservancy
Massachusetts Executive Office of Transportation Pages
Shining Sea Bikeway Timeline
Shining Sea Bikeway Points of Interest (opens in Google Earth)