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Milwaukee Department of Public Works asking for input on new pilot adaptive bike program

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW) is looking for input from the community about an upcoming Pilot Adaptive Bike Program.

DPW wants to expand access to cycling and bike share by providing a wider variety of bikes, such as tricycles, side-by-side tandem cycles, and handcycles. The pilot program aims to help Milwaukee residents and visitors of all ages and abilities experience the benefits of cycling. Based on the feedback from the survey, DPW will then develop the program to best meet the needs of Milwaukee.

To share your thoughts about the new bike program, take the online survey at surveymonkey.com/r/MilwaukeePABP

For more information, sign up for 'Bicycle and Pedestrian News' email notifications at milwaukee.gov/enotify.

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