Bicycling and Walking in Virginia
State Bicycle Map
Bicycling in Virginia focuses on routes and information of most interest to cyclists, including locations of routes, terrain, elevation and surface conditions. Inset enlargements give details for parking and other facilities. The colored areas of the map show Virginia’s state and national parks and tourism regions, making it easy to find more information about food, lodging and other attractions.
The Virginia Interactive Bicycle Map displays an inventory of bicycle and pedestrian facilities in the Commonwealth of Virginia, including shared use paths, bicycle lanes, shared lanes, paved shoulders, and natural surface trails. There may be discrepancies between what is shown on the map and actual conditions so riders are reminded to remain vigilant for road hazards. Please provide your comments and suggestions here.
This map displays road segments and off-road bicycle facilities that are designated as United States Bicycle Routes 1, 76, or 176 in Virginia. More information is available on VDOT's U.S. Bicycle Routes webpage.
VirginiaRoads is a portal for interactive mapping applications and publications. The site includes ArcGIS Online mapping applications that display various traffic, maintenance, and construction information, including volume, speed limit, location of park and ride lots, crashes, and pavement condition.
The Unpaved Roads mapping application displays road segments in Virginia that are considered to be unpaved based on VDOT Surface Pavement Type data.