The Lexington Bicycle Map
In 2020, Lexington celebrated it's 100th mile of bicycle paths; the time had come for a new bicycle map. This web-based bicycle map is responsive to various devices, from phones to desktops. Robust functionality means that users can toggle layers, choose their favorite basemap, locate themselves, find paths to points of interest, measure distances, draw routes, export pdfs, and more; check out the Tutorial Video below for a complete demonstration.
The Bicycle Map can be browsed in the embedded version below, is best viewed in a separate web browser at maps.lexingtonky.gov/BikeLexington, and can be downloaded as as a large pdf for printing.
Web Based Map
LFUCG Planning Division
LFUCG GIS Services
Point of Interest Symbols
This web-based bicycle map was created primarily by L Well. Weaver, Senior Planner at LFUCG. Without the groundwork and critical collaboration with Scott Thompson, Bike/Pedestrian Senior Planner, the delivery of this data would certainly not have been possible. The technical infrastructure and enthusiastic support from the LFUCG GIS team bring this work and much more from a dream to a reality.
Production Date: 2020.05
Explore More Portfolio Pieces
Portfolio pieces include examples of maps, data, videos, writings, and more.