New Bike Trial Map
Whether you’re looking to cycle from one county to the next or across the entire state, the new 2023-2025 Kansas Bicycle Map has a lot to offer those planning a short trip or a long ride, it has been reported.
“The revised map has new features such as a focus on rail-trails, Kansas Tourism resources and information on the recently published Kansas Active Transportation Plan,” said KDOT’s Active Transportation Manager Jenny Kramer. “This map provides information for cyclists of all levels of experience as well as community advocates wanting to develop and improve trails and paths in their areas.”
The 2023-25 map includes a state map showing daily traffic volumes, county roads, rest areas, bike shops, byways, state parks and bicycle routes across Kansas, and also includes Kansas Rail-Trails revised map and infographic, a section on sharing the trail, information on Kansas Tourism Cycling resources, information on the Kansas Active Transportation Plan, S. Bicycle Routes 76 and 66 information and a table of state recreation areas and amenities and state bicycle laws.
Maps and cards with bicycle safety tips are available free of charge on the Kansas Bicycle Map webpage KSBicycleMap (ksdot.gov). This page also includes links to an interactive bicycle map and several city maps.
For more information or to order maps by email or phone, please email KATE@ks.gov or call (785) 296-5186.