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Greater Kansas City Regional Trails & Bikeways map is now available

Just in time for National Bike Month in May, a new KC Regional Trails and Bikeways map is available for area bicyclists and walkers. The Mid-America Regional Council worked with local governments to produce the map using aerial photography, global positioning and geographic information systems (GIS) data to provide the most up-to-date information available.

The previous version of the map had a total of 702 miles of trails and bikeways. The new map shows 1,273 miles of trails and bikeways, including:

  • 45 miles of bike lanes.
  • 83 miles of mountain bike trails.
  • 175 miles of walking and hiking trails.
  • 188 miles of bike routes.
  • 225 miles of “share the road” bikeways.
  • 555 miles of paved trails.

The map is printed on an eco-friendly, tree-free paper that is durable and recyclable. The printed map is FREE and available from local community centers.

For the more tech-savvy biking and hiking crowd, MARC has also developed a free Regional KC Bike Map web app that can be used to view the map on a smartphone, tablet or computer browser. The web app has all the same details as the print version. The web app will also be updated as new information becomes available. The app — which should be used safely, not while riding or driving — is available at .

MARC will host a launch party for the Bike Map and the Regional KC Bike Map web app on Friday, May 10, from 4–5:30 p.m., at Garment District Place Park on 8 th Street between Broadway and Washington, in Kansas City, Mo. A limited supply of free maps will be available at the event, and staff will be on hand to help install and demonstrate the web app.

A list of additional Bike Month events is available online at .

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