Use this map to see where trails and on-street facilities are located for bicycling.
On-Street Bike Lane
Shared Use Paths & Trails (Paved)
Shared Use Paths & Trails (Unpaved)
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Cycle tracks provide a completely separated right of way for the exclusive use of bicycles and pedestrians with crossflow by motorists minimized.
Bike lanes provide a marked lane at street level for one way bike travel adjacent to vehicle traffic.
Bike boulevards provide for shared-use on low vehicle traffic volume roadways. Likely to include a variety of traffic calming measures as well as bicycle-oriented wayfinding signage.
Shared use paths and trails are paved or unpaved multipurpose facilities suitable for recreational use by hikers, pedestrians, and off-road bicyclists.
Shared use paths and trails may have the following surface types:Paved: Surface paved with asphalt or concrete