Completed Bicycle Facilities

Last Updated: 
Jul 2, 2018

Data on completed bicycle facilities within the four-county region.

PSRC collects data on completed bicycle facilities within the four-county region using the Definitions and Best Practice Guide for Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities for inventorying bicycle facilities. This data set will be used for monitoring the transportation plan, for future iterations of the PSRC activity-based model and for public use.  The data set can be downloaded directly or viewed via an online interactive map.  To report missing or incorrect completed bicycle facilities, please contact Sarah Gutschow at sgutschow@psrc.org.

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Completed Bicycle Facilities Data

Reference

Best Practice Guide for Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities

The Definitions and Best Practice Guide for Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities includes easy to access information regarding best practices for bicycle and pedestrian facilities.  This information is derived from various best practice guidebooks including the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) Urban Bike Guide, the NACTO Urban Street Design Guide and the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities. Definitions were vetted through the regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee.  Upcoming iterations of this guidance document will include additional information from the FHWA guide on Small Town and Rural Multimodal Networks.

 

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Online Interactive Map

The Completed Bicycle Facilities data set can be viewed via an on-line interactive map and shows completed shared use paths, bike lanes, protected bike lanes and neighborhood greenways.  This interactive map also includes a layer for the Regional Bicycle Network (RBN) which is a vision for a future, interconnected bicycle network that connects regional destinations across the four-county region. More information about the RBN can be found from the Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning page.  Both layers can be turned on and off for ease of use using the buttons at the top right corner of the map.  More information about the types and definitions of the completed bicycle facilities can be found in the Best Practice Guide.  

 

Interactive RBN Map

For more detailed navigation instruction, please read "Navigating the RBN Interactive Map."