Regional trail map
The Circuit is the name of our region's system of bike/ped trails. An interactive, always-updated map of that system along with trip planning tools, information, events, and more, can be found at www.connectthecircuit.org.
Our adult education program for cyclists and motorists. Click here for more information.
Safe Routes Philly
Our youth education program. Click here for more information.
Bicycle Education and Safety
A compilation of our favorite education and safety resources.
Philadelphia's Bike/Ped Plan
These routes are suggested by Bicycle Coalition Members and are displayed on Google Maps using the GMAPS Pedometer. See the suggestions here.
Are you a new or returning bicycle commuter? Here are some tips from the League of American Bicyclists.
Take some time and look at the many more maps we have available.
Bikes on Transit
Find out how and when you can take a bike on a bus or train.
Bikes on Bridges
Crossing the Delaware River is perhaps the biggest challenge in the Greater Philadelphia Region. Find out which bridges carry bikes and those that don't.
An updated page on bicycling and the Ben Franklin Bridge.
Renting a bike should be as easy as renting a car. We offer the regions most comprehensive and up to date bike rental information page.
Learn more about the effort to bring a bike sharing program to Philadelphia.
Check out these helpful videos on various topics.
Spruce and Pine Streets: an updated history of these gems of Philadelphia's bike lane network.
10th and 13th Streets: information on these newest additions to Philadelphia's bike lane network.
Bicycle Coalition Glossary
This handy page will tell you the difference between Sharrow and CMAQ or DVRPC and VMT. A must for aspiring policy wonks. Go to the glossary.
Did you know that Philadelphia has 36,000 bicycle commuters. Read more facts in our bike statistics (August 2008).
Here is the Fall 2008 compilation of bicycle counts in Center City and West Philadelphia.
March to May 2010 trail counts from Department of Parks and Recreation's automatic trail counters that are located on Schuylkill Banks, Boathouse Row, East Falls Bridge and Manayunk Canal.
An updated history of bicycle parking in Philadelphia.
A Bike Rack factsheet for installing your own racks at your office building or school.
As of summer 2010, the City's Adopt-A-Rack program is closed for requests. The Mayor's Office of Transportation and Utilities should issue a contract to install the selected areas for new racks sometime during 2011.
Read this brochure about where to park your bike at the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL)
Professional Organizations and City Planning
Find out more information here.