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With nearly 1,800 miles of bikeways in the San Diego region, riding a bike can get people where they want to go – to work, school, transit stations, and more. The interactive San Diego Regional Bike Map features base maps that show street, imagery or topographic views, as well as layers to highlight rail lines and steep routes. This free resource is produced by SANDAG and includes the latest updates to bikeways in the San Diego region and bike parking facilities. Use the bike map to plan your ride today!

Interactive San Diego Regional Bike Map

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Bike Directions Widget

The Bike Directions Widget provides biking routes for cyclists in the San Diego region. The tool suggests three types of routes (Most Separated, Mixed, and Most Direct) based on roadway and bikeway characteristics. For more information about how routes are calculated see the iBikeMap User Guide.

iBikeMap Mileage Dashboard

The iBikeMap Mileage Dashboard provides bike facility mileage in San Diego County summarized by status (existing and coming soon) and by facility type, and can be filtered by jurisdiction.

Viewing the 2022 PDF Maps

To view the updated 2022 San Diego Regional Bike Map online and/or print a specific area of the map, simply select the Hi-Resolution version and plan your route.

SANDAG has been working to plan, design, and build a high-quality, connected network of bikeways and complete streets that are safe and comfortable for people of all ages and abilities to use for commuting, as well as other everyday trips.

For more information on planned bike projects and bikeways in progress visit, call 511 and say "iCommute," or email [email protected].

Neither SANDAG nor the cities and counties shown on this map are responsible for your safety or liable for any accident or injury that may occur as a result of your use of this map. You assume all risks of damages or injuries that may occur as a result of using this map. SANDAG makes no warranties about the safety, accuracy or fitness of the information in this map. Routes shown may not be officially signed and striped. Road classifications such as alleys, walkways, paper streets, unpaved, and private roads are not shown on this map. The road centerlines on this map are maintained by the San Diego Geographic Information Source (SanGIS). Portions of this map may contain geographic information copyrighted by SanGIS. All rights reserved.