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Welcome to Monroe County Alternative Transportation Minimize

Monroe County has a strong, deeply-rooted bicycling culture and history and is home to Indiana University and the City of Bloomington. The League of American Bicyclists has recognized IU as a bicycle-friendly university and Bloomington as a bicycle-friendly commununity. In addition,  Monroe County hosts a variety of popular cycling events including the Little 500 and the Hilly Hundred.

We are committed to creating and implementing lasting policy and infrastructural improvements to provide safe accommodation for bicycle transportation and recreation in Monroe County. This site provides a variety of bicycle-related resources intended to encourage and support Monroe County cyclists.

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 Take our Active Transportation Survey and let us know your thoughts about how we can continue to build a better connected community! 

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5/24/2018 2:16:00 PM Monroe County Road Updates

In an effort to better inform the Public on our County road projects, we have created an email list to regularly inform subscribers of our weekly updates. 

If you would like to subscribe, please click this link.

2/28/2018 8:33:00 AM Monroe County CDO

Monroe County is updating and rewriting both the Zoning Ordinance and the Subdivision Control Ordinance to create a Consolidated Development Ordinance or CDO in 2018. Visit the project website at to learn about next steps.