Clark County-Springfield Transportation Coordinating Committee

The TCC is the metropolitan planning organization (MPO) for transportation in Clark County, Ohio as designated by the Ohio Department of Transportation acting in behalf of the Governor in accordance with federal law. The TCC is composed of local elected and appointed officials, transportation professionals, and citizen members. The TCC reviews and approves plans and programs involving expenditures of federal-aid transportation funds in Clark County. As the MPO, the TCC must fulfill the requirements of the planning regulations for the Clark County - Springfield area to maintain eligibility for Federal highway and transit funds through the Ohio Department of Transportation. This includes planning for a multi-modal transportation system. The extensive multi-use trail system in Clark County is in part a result of this dedication to planning for a multi-modal transportation network. For more information regarding bicycle and pedestrian planning efforts, please visit the bicycle and pedestrian page on the TCC website here.


Bike/Pedestrian Planning


Dayton/Montgomery County CVB

When you plan to bike any of the nation's largest network of paved trails - the Miami Valley Trails - be sure to check out the more than 70 hotel options in Greater Dayton for a wonderful night's recovery rest! Dayton is located at "the Crossroads of America" - the intersection of I-70 E/W and I-75 N/S--making it highly accessible and an excellent hub stop for your biking adventures.  While you're enjoying the paved trails you'll also want to take in some of the area's amazing attractions and assets.

Known as the Birthplace of Aviation, Dayton was home to the Wright brothers. You may not know that the Wright brothers started out as bicycle makers and repairmen!  Be sure to make time to visit Dayton's amazing aviation attractions -- from the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park sites, to the Wright Brothers National Museum at Carillon Park, the free National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, the free National Aviation Hall of Fame and more!  Dayton features a fantastic array of big city amenities coupled with mid-western charm and hospitality. When you visit our city, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find great attractions and historical sites, fantastic arts venues, a thriving downtown area, beautiful parks, a variety of sporting sites, and fabulous shopping and dining.  To learn more go to


Five Rivers MetroParks

Five Rivers MetroParks was established in 1963 to preserve and protect open space and natural areas for the citizens of Montgomery County. Today over 15,000 acres of forests, grasslands, farmlands and wetlands have been protected. It is our  mission to protect the region's natural heritage and provide outdoor experiences that inspire a personal connection with nature.  

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Cycling section

Greater Dayton RTA

Bike on the Bus: get there with a little help from RTA

Not every street in Dayton has a bike lane. And not every park or attraction is directly accessible by bike path. When that happens, take advantage of how simple and quick it is to load your bike on the front of any RTA fixed route bus and make a connection to your destination. For no extra charge, you can load up, relax in your climate-controlled seat, and travel just about anywhere in Montgomery County as well as parts of Greene County. RTA routes take you to more than 25 area parks and to dozens of picnic grounds, playgrounds, libraries, recreation centers, ball fields, and other family-friendly spots, including RiverScape, Dayton’s only bicycle hub.   


Greater Springfield Convention and Visitors Bureau

The Greater Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau promotes Springfield and Clark County as a destination to leisure travelers, business travelers, tour operators and convention planners. The CVB also works closely with our local tourism partners to promote their individual destinations and events.


Greene County CVB

If you like bike paths, we’re the gateway to over 140 miles of paved rails-to-trails. Prefer the open road? There are over 600 miles of relaxing country roads, try one of our suggested rides. Mountain biking? We have over 14 miles of dedicated trails. We have first class hotelscharming B&Bs, espresso bars, bike rental and restaurants right on the bike paths.


Greene County Parks & Trails

Greene County Parks & Trails is committed to preserving green space in our region as well as providing healthy, affordable and sustainable recreation in our parks and on our trails. Our park agency is dedicated to keeping Greene County safe, clean, blue and green.

The park agency hosts the annual Greene Trails Cycling Classic, Doggie Dash ‘N Splash, Santa’s Holiday in the Park and Maple Sugar Pancake Breakfast.

Did you know that Greene County Parks & Trails also manages:

  • 62 miles of paved, multi-use trails
  • 2,600 acres of park land
  • 36 miles of river trails and 12 miles of hiking trails
  • Fourteen tournament quality athletic fields at Hobson Freedom Park
  • Greene County’s first public dog park at Pierce Park
  • Equestrian schooling facilities at Twin Towers Park
  • Comprehensive nature center at the Narrows Reserve
  • Public fishing (and three fishing derbies) within a stocked pond at Spring Lakes Park
  • Environmental education both in the parks and in area schools

Greene County Parks & Trails
575 Ledbetter Road
Xenia, Ohio 45385
(937) 562-6440



Speakers Bureau

Miami Conservancy District

The primary mission of the Miami Conservancy District (MCD) is protecting Great Miami River cities from flooding, and the agency also is a pioneer in trail development. In the mid-1970s, MCD built the first major section of the Great Miami River Trail – an 8-mile loop on both sides of the river in downtown Dayton. As an organization that has long valued the recreational aspects of its five dry dams and 55 miles of levee, MCD continues to improve the quality of life for the communities it serves. Today MCD owns or maintains over 30 miles of riverfront trail for biking, skating, walking, jogging, and enjoying.

The Miami Conservancy District
38 E. Monument Ave.
Dayton, OH 45402
(937) 223-1271


Miami County Park District

The Miami County Park District was founded in 1967 to serve the residents of Miami County. The mission of the Miami County Park District is to conserve natural resources and enrich the quality of life for the people of Miami County through stewardship, environmental education, outdoor experiences and passive leisure activities. 

From waterfalls to scenic rivers and hiking trails to rolling prairies, the Miami County Park District offers many opportunities to get healthy, get outside and enjoy the great outdoors. Explore any one of our parks on your own or participate in one of our many public programs. The parks are open 365 days a year from 8 a.m. to sunset. 

In addition to public programming, the Miami County Park District has one of the leading hands-on, curriculum-based environmental education programs in the state. Through levy funds, the Park District offers award winning educational programs to 24 local schools, at no charge.

With 15 parks, 2,100 acres, 10.5 miles of bike trails, 30 miles of nature trails and numerous public and school education programs, the Park District is a community asset which contributes to the high quality of life in Miami County.

We hope you enjoy a park today!

Miami County Park District – Administrative Office
Lost Creek Reserve
2645 E. St. Rt. 41
Troy, OH 45373


Miami County Visitors & Convention Bureau

As you travel the scenic recreational trails of Miami County, you’ll find charming communities that offer a variety of possibilities.  Discover independently owned shops that feature locally made arts and crafts and hometown restaurants with tasty menus full of locally grown produce and baked goods.  The trails wind their way through serene landscapes and riverside scenery to take you to the doorstep of towns and villages that boast small town hospitality. The next time you find yourself biking or strolling through, make sure you take the time to experience the charm of Miami County.

405 SW Public Square, Suite 272
Troy, Ohio 45373


Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission

The Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission strives to foster collaboration among communities, stakeholders and residents to advance regional priorities. MVRPC is a forum and resource where these regional partners can identify priorities, develop public policy and implement collaborative strategies to improve the quality of life and economic vitality throughout the Miami Valley. MVRPC performs various regional planning activities, including air quality, water quality, transportation, land use, research and GIS. As the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), MVRPC is responsible for transportation planning in Greene, Miami and Montgomery Counties and parts of northern Warren County.

One focus of MVRPC is planning work is ensuring a safe and convenient environment for bicyclists and pedestrians through the development of a regional bikeways plan, and a regional complete streets policy.

Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission
10 North Ludlow Street, Suite 700
Dayton, OH 45402


Active Transportation

Simon Kenton Pathfinders

The Simon Kenton Pathfinders (SKP) is a charitable 501(c)(3) non-profit community organization formed in the Summer of 1997 for the purpose of developing a multi-use trail in Champaign County, OH. SKP has developed and manages the Simon Kenton Trail in from Clark County north to Bellefontaine in Logan County.



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