- The Town of Truro provides bike racks at all town beaches, CCRTA bus stops, and other public locations.
- For your safety always wear a helmet. They are required for all cyclists under the age of 17.
- You must ride on the RIGHT side of the road.
- When riding your bike you must obey all traffic laws, signs and traffic lights.
- CCRTA buses accommodate bikes. During the summer a bike shuttle operates between Marconi Beach in Wellfleet and Provincetown. It stops in Truro at Head of the Meadow, Highland Road, and Truro Center. Click here for more information.
- There is a bike trail in the Cape Cod National Seashore at Pilgrim Heights in North Truro. Click here for the bike and walking trails map in the Seashore.
- This map shows a route through Truro that mostly avoids Route 6. From Castle Road to South Highland Road you cannot avoid Route 6. Click here for map.
- The Claire Saltonstall Bikeway is a 135-mile bikeway that starts on the Charles River Bike Path in Boston and ends in Provincetown. The bikeway was named in memory of Claire Saltonstall, the daughter of Senator William L. Saltonstall. Claire was killed by an automobile in 1974 while she was riding her bicycle. Senator Saltonstall was a sponsor of bicycle safety legislation and was instrumental in developing the bikeway. The route was originally marked as Bike Route 1. Click here for more information.
In accordance with the Truro Town Charter, Chapter 6-4-5, the Board of Selectmen shall appoint five members and 2 Alternates. Established 1-13-2009.
|Susan Roderick||Chair-Appointment expires 6/30/2020|
|Amy Graves Full Member||Member-Appointment expires 6/30/2021|
|Eric Mays||Secretary-Appointment expires 6/30/2022|
|Catherine Hayes||Alternate Member-Appointment expires 6/30/2020|
|Vacancy- Bike and Walkways Committee||Alternate|
|Ellery Althaus||Full Member-Appointment expires 6/30/2022|