The Lance Armstrong Bikeway (or LAB) creates a strong visual identity for the six mile east west bicycle corridor in Austin, Texas. It graphically communicates the city's commitment to sustainable transportation solutions for evolving urban environments. The strategy for the development and implementation of an integrated artwork along the six mile Lance Armstrong Bikeway is to create a series of scalar objects that can be placed in the landscape to simultaneously demarcate the presence of the bikeway while giving the public amenities to enjoy.
Four elements make up the bikeway: paint, bench, signpost and tunnel. They are installed at intervals along its six mile length.
The Lance Armstrong Bikeway is funded through the Art in Public Places Committee in Austin Texas and was installed in 2009.