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The City of Dunn's Comprehensive Bicycle Plan was made possible by funding from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's Community Transformation Grant Project for Region 6. In July 2014, the City of Dunn commissioned this comprehensive planning study to identify a complete, up-to-date framework for moving forward with tangible bicycle improvements, complimented by a series of programmatic recommendations to educate and encourage bicyclists and motorists in Dunn. This plan combines past planning efforts with new research and analysis, and includes public input.

Vision Statement

The City of Dunn will be a vibrant, economically stimulated, and connected community where bicycling is safe and convenient for individuals and families, with a network of bikeways and trails that provide opportunities for utilitarian trips, physical activity and fitness, healthy lifestyles, community interaction, and access to local businesses, services and schools.

Comprehensive Bicycle Plan


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