Bicycle Infrastructure

Bicycle infrastructure within complete corridors should afford users a high level of comfort and facilitate efficient access to destinations and transit. Separated bike lanes, conventional bike lanes (with and without buffers), shared use paths, and neighborhood streets enhanced for bicycle travel generally are the types of bicycle facilities appropriate for complete corridors as defined in the MAG Active Transportation Plan.


Bikeway Selection

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Shared Use Paths

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Separated Bike Lanes

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Conventional Bike Lanes

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Neighborhood Street Connections

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Rural Context

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Bike parking and End-of-Trip Facilities

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Bikeshare and Micro Mobility

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Maintenance

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Bicycle Facilities at Intersections

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Transportation Planning Project Manager
Kay Bork