Get the new 2011 Seattle Bicycling Guide Map!

posted Mar 13, 2011, 10:12 PM by Luke Hizer   [ updated Mar 15, 2011, 7:10 PM ]
The SDOT Blog alerts us to the release of the 2011 Seattle Bicycling Guide; I find this to be an invaluable resource for riding in the Seattle area. The full map is available here as a pdf. The City of Seattle's bike map page also highlights the new additions to this year's release:

The new, hot-off-the-presses Seattle Bicycling Guide Map is now better than ever!  The 2011 edition includes a fresh cover, updated maps, and new information about facilities including green bike lanes, bike boxes, and signed routes.  New facilities shown on the 2011 map include: the Chief Sealth Trail extension, the Ship Canal Trail extension, 30 miles of signed routes, 20 miles of new bike lanes and sharrows, and buffered bike lanes on N 130th Street, Admiral Way SW and 7th Avenue.
    • Chief Sealth Trail extension
    • Ship Canal Trail extension
    • 30 miles of signed routes
    • 20 miles of new bikes lanes and sharrows, including
      • Greenwood Avenue N
      • S Columbian Way
      • Roosevelt Way NE
      • S Alaska Street
      • Cherry Street
      • E Jefferson Street
      • Taylor Avenue N
    • Buffered bike lanes on N 130th Street, Admiral Way SW and 7th Avenue
A couple of other interesting links from these posts: another SDOT blog post highlighting the new 2011 facilities and the King County Bicycling Map. I'm adding these to the reference section on the sidebar.