Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Online Montreal Bike Path map

2010 UPDATE - for the 2010 map, please go to 2010 Montreal bike path map posting.


2008 UPDATE: here is the updated link for the 2008 Region of Montreal (includes Laval & south shore) map, the 2009 is supposed to be live this month, if you find this link is dead, please leave a comment and we will get the new link for you.

The Velo Quebec website has an excellent, up-to-date ON-LINE MAP of the complete Montreal region bike path network.

It's a big network.

It's a great map.

The map is located in Vélo Quebec's "La ville à vélo" web page. This page is where you can learn about urban cycling. (link). The map is identified as "Montreal Cyclable" on the left side of the page.

Here's the link to the pdf of the map itself. In my mozilla I can NOT view the map, but it downloads just fine from the velo en ville page. (put cursor over the Montreal Cyclabe button, right click mouse, and choose "save link as..."). I view the resulting downloaded file in the regular (i.e. not inside a browser) Adobe viewer.

This is an amazing map.

Good work Vélo Quebec!

It has all the bike paths as the booklet "Pedaler Montreal" (see earlier post below). The booklet is in a more usable format, but the online map has all the same info.

I noticed many people coming to my blog from a google search for some variation on the words montreal bike path maps. For this reason, I am adding the following search terms. Montreal bike path map Montreal bicycle path map Montreal cycling path map carte piste cyclable montréal


At 12:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why not offer a printable version

At 9:12 AM, Blogger david said...

This may have been an amazing map a year or three ago, but I'd really like an interactive map, for example based on google maps.. anyone know of one? Other cities have them.

At 9:26 AM, Anonymous pedalMONTREAL said...

For an interactive map check out http://www.pedalmontreal.ca. BIXI stations are also included.

At 10:51 AM, Blogger Lee Haber said...

The problem with this map is there is no distinction between separated on-street bike lanes (Maissoneuve) and just painted lines (Viger).

The best I have seen so far is the McGill Cycling Path database


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