Bike Northwest Interactive Map

Welcome to the Bike Northwest interactive map!

Plan your next ride on the US 36 Bikeway and throughout the northwest metro region with the most up-to-date GIS data! This map is made possible through a collaborative effort with Longmont, Boulder, Boulder County, Louisville, Superior, Lafayette, Broomfield and Westminster governments, as well as Way to Go, Esri and Commuting Solutions. See instructions below for using the map.

Using the map:

Details Tab

This tab offers links to other useful bicycle-related content.

Legend Tab

This tab shows which type of bike path is indicated by the different colored lines in the map.

Layers Tab

The layers tab allows you to customize your map view to show either the bike routes, RTD bus stop locations, RTD Park-n-Ride locations, RTD bus routes, or RTD Call-n-Ride service areas, or any combination.

Basemap Tab

The basemap tab allows you to further customize your map view by choosing the background you prefer including satellite images, topographic and terrain maps, aerial views and more.

Measure Tab

This tab offers a variety of tools to measure distances, area and get precise latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates.

Share Tab

The share tab allows you to share specific map views via email, Facebook or Twitter.

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