Date: Fri May 18, 2018

Stewart, a Raleigh-based interdisciplinary design, engineering and planning firm, is celebrating Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 18 by hosting a pit stop at its future home, The Dillon. As part of the city’s and firm’s Bike Month celebrations, Stewart’s Bicycle & Pedestrian practice area is encouraging residents and employees of downtown Raleigh to bike into work on May 18. Cyclists are invited to drop by The Dillon Pit Stop from 7-9:30 a.m. for refreshments and a sneak peek at The Dillon - the first mixed-use development of its kind in downtown Raleigh's rapidly expanding, vibrant Warehouse District. Stewart’s Bicycle & Pedestrian team will be leading bike rides to The Dillon from Anderson Point Park, Lake Johnson and NC Museum of Art. Meet-up times are 7:00 a.m., with rides leaving at 7:15. Cyclists are welcome to join the ride along the routes. • Anderson Point: Cyclists or park-and-cyclists will meet leader Kristy Jackson at the Anderson Point Park main parking area. The route will follow the Crabtree Creek Greenway to Milburnie Road, Hill St, E Jones St, and Tarboro Road before heading into Downtown and to the Dillon on Hargett St. • Lake Johnson: Cyclists or park-and-cyclists will meet leader Eric Domonell at the Lake Johnson Upper Parking Lot on Avent Ferry Road, between the lake and the I-40 bridge. The route will follow the Walnut Creek Greenway to and through NC State’s Centennial campus, cross Centennial Parkway into Dorothea Dix Park, and finish with a short ride through the Boylan Heights neighborhood before reaching the Dillon. • NC Museum of Art: Cyclists or park-and-cyclists will meet leaders Willy Stewart and Todd Delk at the parking lots for NCMA Goodnight Museum Park on Blue Ridge Road. The route will follow the Rocky Branch Greenway/Art-to-Heart Trail through the Museum Park, Meredith College, NC State University, Pullen Park and the Boylan Heights neighborhood before reaching the Dillon.

Cost: Free