Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee works to make improvements for cyclists and pedestrians
Do you ride a bicycle or walk on one of the many public paths in Myrtle Beach? If so, the city’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee is working on your behalf to constantly improve and expand the great facilities we have available.
The committee meets monthly to discuss bicycle and pedestrian issues and enhancements. The meetings are open to the public, and you’re welcome to attend. At the January meeting, shown here, new 2020 Chairman Mike Snow said he wants the group to focus on advocacy for Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand region.
The next Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee meeting is at 8:30 a.m., Tuesday, February 4, in the conference room at the City Services Building. Myrtle Beach has more than 40 miles of bike lanes, bike paths and multipurpose paths for our residents’ enjoyment.