The mission of the St. Joseph County Airport Authority is to maximize the safety, service, efficiency and effectiveness of South Bend International Airport for the traveling public, and to promote the value of the airport to the community.
The South Bend Public Transportation Corporation’s mission is to provide safe, reliable, convenient and comfortable transportation services in a manner that utilizes the efforts of our professional team, achieves a high standard of quality, delivers service using cost-effective approaches and meets our commitment to both our customer’s needs and the environment.
The South Shore Line is a commuter rail line operated by the Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District (NICTD) between Millennium Station in downtown Chicago and the South Bend International Airport in South Bend, Indiana.
Bike South Bend
The City of South Bend has been recognized as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists. South Bend earned Bicycle Friendly Community status at the Bronze level in 2010 for its “remarkable commitments to bicycling.” South Bend was promoted to Silver status in 2018, making the City one of less than 150 communities in the United States to achieve designation at that level or higher.
During the process to develop City Plan (2006), the city’s 20-year comprehensive plan, citizens identified encouraging bicycling as a form of transportation as a key priority. Since then, the City developed a long-term plan for a 125-mile South Bend Bikeway network, aggressively added new bicycle routes, completed work to finish the riverwalk system from Logan Street to Darden Road, and installed protected bike lanes downtown.
As of mid-2018, about 79.3 miles of priority bicycle routes have been established within the City. This total consists of protected bike lanes (1.1 miles), multipurpose paths separated from streets (18.4 miles), striped bike lanes (22.4 miles), and other designated on-street routes (37.4 miles).
Bike Michiana Coalition is a local bicycle-advocacy organization with the primary goals of facilitating communication between other bicycle groups and promoting advocacy action when special needs arise in the community
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