• In 2025, Conway has a comprehensive system of cycling lanes and sidewalks that facilitate car-free travel. This system connects with traditional public transportation infrastructure.
      Conway was awarded the Bicycle Friendly Community status by the League of American Bicyclists in 2011. We’ve added 5+ miles of bike lanes, 4K feet of sharrow (shared-lane marking) and 10K feet of shared-use pathway, and 60K feet of sidewalk since 2009.


  • In 2025, cyclists and drivers are informed about bicycle safety and shared roadway principles.


  • In 2025, the Conway Police Department enforces traffic laws aim at/for the bicycle.


  • In 2025, Conway citizens interact with a “sidewalk administrator” to serve and a liaison between citizens, city government and developers.


  • In 2025, Conway’s walking trails and bike paths are well lit and equipped with video security stations and emergency phones.


  • In 2025, downtown Conway is linked to UCA, CBC, Hendrix and local high schools by bike trails.


  • In 2025, Conway is linked with Pulaski County through a regional bike path system accessing the river and downtown.


  • In 2025, all of Conway has equal access to parks, sidewalks and trails that are developed and well maintained using reliable revenue streams from a variety of sources.


  • In 2025, Conway has a expertly developed plan for its trails system.  Trails are built and maintained with reliable sources of revenue.


⇒  Accomplished

⇒  Some progress, but still requires action

⇒  No measurable action taken

  • http://www.cottonrohrscheib.com Cotton Rohrscheib

    I can already see this plan coming together on my side of town (West Conway) and we are excited about the bike lanes and future walking trail additions.

  • Kathy

    This is extremely important to the future of Conway. It is interesting to see the various groups who are focusing on the future of cycling in Conway. It’s important and won’t just happen without a plan. Families and individuals need to be safe as they ride throughout Conway.