Maps

Trying to figure out how to get where you’re going? Use the BikeRaleigh app, download a PDF, or drop by the Office of Transportation Planning (One Exchange Plaza – Suite 727) to pick up a hard copy! We can also mail a hard copy if you call us at 919-996-2476.

BikeRaleigh Map

The BikeRaleigh map shows bike lanes, sharrows, greenways, and GoRaleigh routes, as well as preferred routes that are based on bicyclist feedback and street conditions. The preferred routes may not be suitable for all experience levels, so please use caution when planning your trip.

Download BikeRaleigh iPhone mobile app

Download BikeRaleigh Android mobile app

View BikeRaleigh online map

Download BikeRaleigh map pdf

BikeRaleigh Plan

The BikeRaleigh Plan Update was adopted in May 2016 and details how the City of Raleigh will expand its bikeway system for bicyclists of all ages and abilities.

View the BikeRaleigh Plan's Ten Year Priority Plan online map

View the BikeRaleigh Plan's Long Term Bike Way Plan online map

Capital Area Greenway System Map

The Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department periodically produces a map of the Capital Area Greenway System. The Capital Area Greenway System Map shows existing and planned trails, parking areas with trail access, and select City facilities.

Download the Capital Area Greenway System Map pdf

Learn more about the Capital Area Greenway Trail System

RGreenway App

RGreenways is an independent mobile app that shows all of the public greenways in the Raleigh-Durham area. Learn more and download the app at rgreenways.com.

Art to Heart

The Art to Heart is a 5.9-mile bicycling and walking corridor that connects the North Carolina Museum of Art to the heart of downtown Raleigh. The route uses the Reedy Creek Trail and the Rocky Branch Trail and includes a few short on-street sections.

Download the Art to Heart brochure pdf

Upcoming Event

Mon Nov 20, 2017 @18:00 -
Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission Meeting

Join us for our monthly BPAC meeting in City Council chambers. Here we discuss everything Bicycle and Pedestrian related in Raleigh. From new projects, to updates on old business and news of local events. The meeting is open to the public and begins at 6pm. 

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