Introducing The Official Pittsburgh Bike Map Version 8!

It’s hard to believe that the first printing of BikePGH’s Pittsburgh Bike Map was in 2007

Since then our city has changed so much. We now have over 100 miles of bike infrastructure from contraflow and protected bike lanes, to sharrows, 2-stage turn boxes, and neighborways.

With your support, our streets and sidewalks have since transformed into a well-connected network for biking and walking.

As more people choose to get around by bike during the COVID-19 crisis, we want to ensure our map can get them where they need to go. A BikePGH membership is the best way to support the map and encourage safe, accessible streets for everyone.

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Celebrate the 8th edition of the Pittsburgh Bike Map

When you become a BikePGH member (or renew your membership) in the month of October, you’ll be the first to receive a copy of the BRAND NEW 8th Edition Pittsburgh Bike Map!

Becoming a member of BikePGH is the best way to support the map and encourage safe, accessible streets for everyone. Join today to experience the upgrades of the latest map and support this vital resource for biking in our beloved city.

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Check Out the Features of the New Bike Map

Since our last bike map was released 2 years ago, the City of Pittsburgh has extended the bike network to include the addition of over 14 miles of new bike lanes, Neighborways, and trails. The 8th edition of the Pittsburgh Bike Map has tons of exciting updates, including:

  • BRAND NEW on-street bike routes
  • An expanded map legend
  • Illustrations depicting new types of bike/ped infrastructure
  • Pittsburgh school locations
  • An updated list of bike shops

The 8th edition of BikePGH’s map features new on-street bike routes, an expanded legend, illustrations depicting new types of bike/ped infrastructure, Pittsburgh school locations, and an updated list of bike shops.

The latest edition of the map couldn’t have come at a better time. This year the City began to implement its Bike(+) Plan via a program called MoveForwardPGH. Working with its local nonprofit partners, BikePGH and Healthy Ride, the City has been engaging the community throughout the process of installing new bike-friendly connections throughout Pittsburgh.

Since our last map, two years ago, the City of Pittsburgh has extended the bike network to include the addition of over 14 miles of new bike lanes, Neighborways, and trails!

We are especially excited for the addition of neighborways! Neighborways are marked routes, typically using residential streets, intended to prioritize alternative modes of transportation like biking, walking, and transit.

Neighborways feature traffic calming devices such as on-street markings, signs, speed humps, mini-traffic circles, and sidewalk bump-outs.

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Love the map? Need a new bike? Become a member!

When you become a BikePGH member or renew your membership in the month of October, you’ll also be entered to win a Co-op Cycles CTY 1.1 Bike from REI. Whether you’re cruising on the trails or zipping to work, this versatile, hybrid bike will get you where you need to go.

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Hit it out of the park with our exclusive baseball tee!

Join or renew today as a monthly member and we’ll send you this exclusive BikePGH baseball tee. Whether you’re a new member or increasing your contribution, every monthly membership comes with a limited-edition BikePGH t-shirt in addition to the 8th Edition Pittsburgh Bike Map.

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Thank You

Thank you to all of our members for the continued support and engagement in our mission. Many thanks also go to our sponsors, Highmark, Healthy RidePGH, Berkowitz Family Foundation, The Grable Foundation, The Heinz Endowments, and the Helen Ruth Gordon Charitable Trust. This Map would not have been possible without their financial support.


Need to check on your membership status? Contact us at membership@bikepgh.org. If you have paid dues within the year, you are an up-to-date member.

Posted by Alex Shewczyk

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