The Cities of Anniston and Oxford offer a fixed-route system, which extends into the city of Weaver to the north and Town of Hobson City to the west. Currently, there are four buses running constantly during hours of operation. Continue reading Get Where You Need to Go!
Grant-funded Project Will Make Loading/Unloading Bikes at Anniston’s Amtrak Station Possible
Originally published DECEMBER 18, 2016
Anniston is one of only three cities in Alabama with rail service via Amtrak—an economic edge that cannot be overstated. Anniston is also a cycling mecca with professional road races such as the Alabama Cycling Classic and the Cheaha Challenge drawing international professional, junior and amateur cycling teams. Continue reading Bikes On Board!
The Alabama Cycling Classic is only a few weeks away, and across the city, volunteers, businesses, organizations, and others are tidying up and preparing to welcome cycling teams and their families from around the nation and the world. The annual event, held on the weekend of April 8 and 9, includes two professional road race events, the Sunny King Criterium on Saturday and the McClellan Road Race on Sunday. The Noble Street Festival, presented by the city of Anniston, is held on Saturday, April 8, in conjunction with the Sunny King Criterium. Continue reading City Gears Up for Cycling Criterium, Festival
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February 7, 2017
After careful consideration and public response to recommendations from the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) to increase speed limits on portions of Highway 21/Quintard Avenue/McClellan Blvd. and U.S. 431/McClellan Veterans Parkway/Golden Springs Road, city leaders decided to keep speed limits as they are. Continue reading Speed Limits to Remain Unchanged
On January 17, 2017, President Obama leveraged the Antiquities Act of 1906 and proclaimed two historic sites in Calhoun County, Alabama, as the “Freedom Riders National Monument,” creating the nation’s first national monument dedicated to telling the story of the Freedom Rides. Continue reading Historic Site in Anniston Proclaimed National Monument