WalkBikeNC, North Carolina’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan, was adopted by the NCDOT Board of Transportation in December 2013.  WalkBikeNC serves to organize bicycle and pedestrian resources across the state through:

  • Safety
  • Health
  • Economy
  • Mobility
  • Environment

North Carolina Bike Routes Map provides 9 different designated routes covering over 3000 miles across the State.  Three of the routes travel through the Albemarle RPO region:

  • Route 2 the “Mountains to Sea” Travels through Hyde and Dare Counties.
  • Route 3 the “Ports of Call” Travels through Gates, Chowan, and Washington Counties.
  • Route 4 the “North Line Trace” Travels through Gates, Perquimans, Pasquotank, Camden and Currituck Counties.

A Guide to North Carolina Bicycle and Pedestrian Laws provides information to help road users understand laws/regulations pertaining to Bike and Pedestrian safety.

North Carolina Great Trails Booklet is part of the 2022 Great Trails State Plan, which plans to eventually connect all 100 counties in North Carolina through 3600+ miles of multi-use trails, greenways, rail-trails, and existing roadways.  The Plan seeks to foster connections between rural and urban areas, provide diverse transportation options, create new opportunities, identify resources, and facilitate multi-jurisdictional partnerships.

The NCDOT Pedestrian and Bicycle Infrastructure Network (PBIN) is a geodatabase that includes data on existing and proposed pedestrian facilities throughout NC.  Information is dependent on submission from local governments; ArcGIS software is required to access the information.