The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) created urban bike maps for Wisconsin municipalities with populations greater than 25,000. These new maps are a complement to the Wisconsin state bike map, which provides bicycling conditions for rural state and county highways.
Rural highway bicycling conditions and trail/path locations were updated in September 2015.
The urban bike maps provide information about:
- The traffic volume (low, moderate, high) of major urban streets
- The location of wide outside lanes on major urban streets
- Bike trails/paths
- Signed bike routes
- Designated bike lanes
urban bike map legend for detailed information about the conditions and bicycle facilities.
WisDOT urban bike maps (Maps are best printed at 11" x 17")
WisDOT is not creating maps for Wisconsin municipalities that already have their own maps that provide similar, or additional bicycling information. This includes
Madison, and Milwaukee. For a full list of cities, villages and counties that have created their own maps, visit the
local bike maps webpage.