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Cycling and walking route maps

New Bikeway and Pathway Map available now

The City of Calgary has updated its Pathway and Bikeway Map for 2021. The new map has been redesigned to support walking and wheeling as a preferred mobility choice for more people. 

The map can help Calgarians who want to connect to local destinations like schools, shops, recreation centers, workplaces and point of interest. The new 2021 design outlines bikeways and pathways throughout Calgary by identifying each route by level of comfort. The highest comfort routes are those that are completely separated from vehicle traffic, including pathways and cycle tracks. Other routes considered moderately comfortable to ride on include quiet residential streets or roads with dedicated cycling lanes. Busier streets shared by people driving and biking are generally less comfortable for all ages. The map is designed to help all walkers and wheelers more comfortably and confidently plan a route to their destination. 

A digital version of the updated 2021 Bikeway and Pathway Map is currently being developed and we will provide an update to Calgarians once it is completed. Currently the 2017 version is available on our Interactive Map below.  

PDF Versions of the new 2021 Bikeway and Pathway Map are available for download now.

2021 Pathway and Bikeway Maps are available at various locations across the city such as local bike shops, City of Calgary recreation facilities, and Municipal Building. 

Those who face barriers may contact 311.

Cycling Safety

Cycling and walking routes can be found using the interactive pathways and bikeways map below. Download the print map.

Map legend

Current pathway closure

Future pathway closure

Park and Bike locations

Cycle Track

Bicycle lane

Bikeway and shared lane

Regional pathway

Fish Creek Park

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