See and Be Seen!


With the approach of fall and winter upon us, it’s important to recognize the implications the season change will have on road conditions—specifically for pedestrians and bicyclists. Fall weather means cool, crisp air and pops of color along the road as the leaves change, but it also means an earlier onset of darkness and, often, […]

Transportation Safety Survey Results


Throughout the month of July, Auburn citizens participated in our Transportation Safety Survey. From July 8 through July 22, hundreds of citizens offered us their feedback on transportation safety in Auburn and shared their knowledge of the rules of the road. This information will help us to determine areas of focus for future campaigns and […]

Thank You!


Thank you to everyone who has helped make Travel With Care’s 2016 campaign Know When To Go a success! From the hardworking volunteers who offered their time to the countless citizens who contacted us with their transportation safety concerns, you all have played a huge role in keeping the streets of Auburn safe. Please reach […]

Mayor Bill Ham Speaks on #KnowWhenToGo


Missed Mayor Bill Ham’s column in this Saturday’s edition of the Opelika-Auburn News? Read it here! Some of you have been calling City Hall with a question. What are the bowties currently found on some street signs in Auburn? In response, I have a question for you. Do you know when to go? As to […]

Take Our Transportation Safety Survey


Do you know when to go? Travel With Care, established by the City of Auburn and Auburn University to address transportation safety concerns in the Auburn city limits, is launching its 2016 campaign. Start your renewed focus on transportation safety by participating in this year’s survey. This summer’s campaign theme is “#KnowWhenToGo,” focusing on failure […]

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Travel With Care Launches New Website


The City of Auburn and Auburn University have launched a new website for their annual transportation safety campaign, Travel With Care. The new website,, will help to further explain traffic laws and educate Auburn citizens and Auburn University students about frequent transportation mistakes and unsafe habits. “People become repetitive in their actions as they […]

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Moores Mill Bridge Replacement Project


Work is underway on the Moores Mill Bridge replacement project. The Alabama Department of Transportation, which is managing the project, is limited left turns at the intersection of East University Drive and Moores Mill Road during construction. Detour signs are posted at appropriate locations. The Moores Mill Road Bridge replacement project will replace the bridge […]

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Downtown Auburn Receives Bicycle-Friendly Additions


Bike Month 2016 brought new bicycle-friendly amenities to downtown Auburn. 35 new bike racks are in place, replacing the bike racks that were downtown prior to the Corner Construction last year. The new bike racks not only help cyclists securely park their bikes for shopping and dining downtown, but they also serve as a way […]


Auburn Introduces First Bicycle “Sharrows”


Just in time for May’s National Bike Month, Auburn’s first “sharrow” lines were striped and open for business. Sharrows refer to arrow-like marking on the roadway that mark shared lanes as a bicycle route. The shared lane marking is intended to inform cyclists and motorists that a travel lane is shared by both modes of […]