Website Is Provided by the FOGBEE Bicycle Club
Contact Information
Bike 'n Walk HENDERSONVILLE was formed in 2005 as a project of the Biking and Pedestrian Sub-Committee (aka Hendersonvile Greenway Committee) of the Hendersonville Tomorrow
Committee
This website is provided as a service of the unofficial Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee, whose mission is to promote Active Transportation activities in Hendersonville, to advance Hendersonville's Bike/Ped Master Plan, and to support city government in its it work with bicycling and pedestrian facilitation.
ABOUT Bike 'n Walk HENDERSONVILLE
FOGBEES is a bike club formed in 2006 as a project of the Biking and Pedestrian Sub-Committee (aka Hendersonvile Greenway Committee) of the
Hendersonville Tomorrow Committee
The purpose of this website is to advance the priority for Active Transportation in Hendersonville and to offset
the current automobile-centric development of the city. 
The Bike 'n Walk Hendersonville BLOG has the latest considerations for the
Master Plan for
Pedestrian and Bicycling facilities. 

Resident input is encouraged
It can help give broad guidance to city planners about
community priorities
HISTORY OF PAST WORK

Don't "reinvent the wheel".  Learn what has been done/attempted and build on it for future programs and campaigns.
GUIDE TO CITY FACILITIES

Take advantage of City facilities and learn laws and how to be safe when bicycling, walking, or jogging in Hendersonville and Middle Tennessee.
Witney Davis
  Bicycle & Pedestrian Coordinator
p: 615.253.2740
Whitney.S.Davis@tn.gov

Jessica Wilson
  Transportation Program Supervisor
Multimodal Transportation Resources Div
James K. Polk Bldg, 18th Floor            
505 Deaderick St., Nashville, TN 37243
p. 615-741-5025 
Jessica.L.Wilson@tn.gov

NASHVILLE REGIONAL MPO
STAFF      BPAC

CITY OF HENDERSONVILLE

Parks - Brandon Rogers  615.822.3898

Planning - Fred Rogers  615.264.5316

Public Works - Chip Moore  615.822.1016
From: Jessica L. Wilson, 01/09/17  TDOT Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator

I want to introduce  TDOT’s new Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator, Whitney Davis. She has over 10 years’ experience working with recreational trails at the Iowa Department of Natural Resources and is now moving into the transportation realm.  She is your  contact for all things bicycle and pedestrian-related in Tennessee.