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New Map Shows Current and Planned Bikeways in L.A.

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A new map put out by the city of Los Angeles' Department of Transit (LADOT) gives riders the chance to see our current and planned bikeways. The bikeways come from the bicycle master plan.

So why the new interactive map? "Officials with the Los Angeles Department of Transportation said previous maps showed only existing bikeways and could not be manipulated to also see planned routes," explains L.A. Now.

Ultimately, Los Angeles will be home to 1,680 miles of bikeways.

Cyclists can download three maps in .pdf: Central City & Westside, San Fernando Valley &
Harbor Area. You can also order maps by mail, or use the main interactive map to see where you can ride now, and where you can ride in the future.