Commissioners Recognize May 20 as Bike to Work Day

May 18, 2016
Charles County Commissioners with George Clark, Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland

Charles County Commissioners with George Clark, Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland

On Tuesday, May 17, the Charles County Commissioners recognized Friday, May 20 as Bike to Work Day.

Biking to work or to school can help develop good exercise habits, lessen car traffic, reduce pollution and make a difference for your health and our community.

The Board of County Commissioners encourage residents to participate in and support this environmentally friendly, healthy and fun event.

2 Responses to Commissioners Recognize May 20 as Bike to Work Day

  1. Kona on May 18, 2016 at 7:22 am

    You know what would help develop good exercise habits, lessen car traffic, reduce pollution, and be a safe fun way to get to work. REAL BIKE LANES. Have you ever tired to commute to/from Pax River in the morning or afternoon? As much as I would like to ride my bike from Hollywood to Pax every morning I can’t because it isn’t safe. In the mornings I can cut through parking lots but afternoons I end up playing a deadly game of dodge car. When is St. Marys county going to finish the Three Notch trail. Commissioners continue to approve new roads and business growth but not a safe way for people to commute safely. If you want to reduce traffic and give the people a safe way to commute around the county give us the three notch trail from Pax River to Laurel Grove

    • Anonymous on May 19, 2016 at 10:13 am

      CHARLES County Commissioners; not St. Mary’s County Commissioners.