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NYC Cycling Maps in PDF format


The official NYC Cycling Map is produced by the City of New York, Departments of City Planning and Transportation. For a free paper map call 3-1-1 or visit any New York City bike shop.

Please visit the NYC Department of City Planning's Bicycle Network Development page for map legends, insets and other useful information.

If you do not have the free Adobe Acrobat PDF reader installed on your computer, download it here.

Please also see Fiboro Bridges for information on bridge crossings.  See our bicycle advocacy section for more information on NYC bike lanes and greenways.

Legacy NYC Cycling Maps (Please consult the 2007 map for the most up-to-date information):

  • 2005

    • Front [1.5 MB] (includes Manhattan, The Bronx and Northern Queens)
    • Back [3.7 MB] (includes Southern Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island)
  • 2004

    • Front [2.2 MB] (includes Manhattan, The Bronx and Northern Queens)
    • Back [1.8 MB] (includes Southern Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island)
  • 2003

    • Front [2.2 MB] (includes Manhattan, The Bronx and Northern Queens)
    • Back [1.8 MB] (includes Southern Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island)
  • 2002

    • Front [2.2 MB] (includes Manhattan, The Bronx and Northern Queens) [ printable version (twelve 8.5" X 11" sheets, 2.6 MB)]

    • Back [1.8 MB] (includes Southern Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island) [ printable version (twelve 8.5" X 11" sheets, 2 MB)]

  • 2001

  • 1998

Get a paper NYC cycling map mailed to you!  All T.A. members  receive an NYC cycling map in the mail. Join T.A. today!


Suburban NYC Cycling Maps

If you do not have the free PDF reader installed on your computer, download it here.  

For instructions on reaching mountain biking trails on the train, see Take the Train to the TrailAdditional cycling maps beyond the Suburban NYC Area are available online here. You can also try pedaling.com, which offers a searchable ride database and Adventure Cycling, which offers a large variety of cycling touring maps for purchase.

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NYC Subway Map 

Please see Bikes Aboard for information on bringing bicycles on the subway. www.hopstop.com offers door-to-door directions for using transit in New York City.

The NYC Subway Map is available on the MTA Web site.

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NYC Bus Maps in PDF format

If you do not have the free PDF reader installed on your computer, download it herewww.hopstop.com offers door-to-door directions for using transit in New York City. 

New York City Bus maps are available on the MTA Web site.

Please see also: MTA Long Island Bus Map.

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NYC Ferries

If you do not have the free PDF reader installed on your computer, download it here 

New York City Ferry Maps are available on the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance Web site. [alternate file location]
 

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NYC Commuter Railroad and Bus Maps

Please see Bikes Aboard for information on bringing bicycles on commuter railroads.  Commuter rail connections to bike pathways are indicated on some suburban cycling maps.

For a more comprehensive directory of area transit providers, please visit www.transitcenter.com.

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National Railroad & Bus Maps

Please see Bikes Aboard for information on bringing bicycles on Amtrak and Greyhound.

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