The N.C. Department of Transportation's Integrated Mobility Division and BikeWalkNC partnered to create a series of educational videos about bicycle safety.
Each video contains important tips for safe cycling.
Cyclist Safety in N.C.: Bicycles Are Vehicles (Part 1)
Cyclist Safety in N.C.: Avoid Hazards When Riding (Part 2)
Cyclist Safety in N.C.: Change Lanes to Pass (Part 3)
Reporting Safety Concerns to NCDOT
Cyclists and motorists can submit concerns about bicycle safety on roadways to the N.C. Department of Transportation.
If a crash occurs, contact local law enforcement immediately.
Report other concerns, such as hazardous behaviors, to NCDOT. Information might be shared with local law enforcement or cycling organizations to help improve safety on roadways.
When reporting concerns, include as many of the following details as possible:
- Name (may be left as anonymous if preferred)
- Date and time of incident
- City, town or county of the incident
- Road, route or nearest intersection of the incident
- Brief description of observed behavior
- Number and type(s) of motor vehicle(s) or cyclist(s) involved
Bicycle and pedestrian safety is important not only to the Integrated Mobility Division but also other agencies at the local, state and federal levels. The list below contains other helpful agencies and resources.