Omaha Metropolitan Area Bicycle MapBack
Bicycling is a great way to travel around the metropolitan area. More people every day are discovering cycling for recreation and transportation to work, school, entertainment, and shopping. Our growing metropolitan trail system, highlighted by the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge, is very popular with cyclists, runners, walkers, and in-line skaters, and links many parts of the region together. But trails don’t go everywhere and people often use the street system for commuting, access to trails, recreational trips, and other purposes.
Enter the Bicycle Map. It is designed as a tool to help you find routes to take you through the city by bicycle. You’ll also find information here about the BikeOmaha system, Heartland B-cycle (Omaha’s growing bike share program), Bikes on Buses, and other initiatives. Bicycling magazine lists Omaha as one of America’s top 50 cities for cycling and it has been named a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists.
We hope this map helps you enjoy the pleasures of the bicycle as a healthy and rewarding method of transportation.
This map is now also available as a web application. Click on the image below or visit http://bikemap.mapacog.org to interact!
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