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Greenway Maps & Publications

For the latest New York City bicycle news, visit the New York City Department of Transportation website. For paper copies of maps or other information, please call 311, or outside of NYC, call 212-NEW-YORK.

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The New York Cycling Map

New York Cycling Map on the Department of Transportation website

Visit the Department of Transportation’s Bicyclist page for the latest bicycle maps and route recommendations.


Brooklyn-Queens Greenway Guide

Brooklyn Queens Greenway Guide PDF

The Brooklyn-Queens Greenway is a scenic 40-mile bike and pedestrian route from Coney Island in Brooklyn to Fort Totten, in Queens, on the Long Island Sound. This guidebook highlights the attractions along the greenway and provides information about nearby public transportation, restrooms, places to eat, and bike shops. We hope this guide will help you better enjoy the greenway and its destinations.

Download the Brooklyn-Queens Greenway Guide (PDF, 4.72 MB)


Jamaica Bay Greenway Guide

Jamaica Bay Greenway Guide on RPA’s site

This pocket-sized map highlights the planned and completed greenway, access routes to reach it, points of interest, kayak and human powered boat launches, and representative cycling distances. The Regional Plan Association, in coordination with NYC Parks, the National Parks Service, NYCDOT, and members of the Rockaway Community, worked together to create the guide, which aims both to introduce New Yorkers from all five boroughs to the wonderful recreation opportunities Jamaica Bay has to offer, and to encourage the Bay's closest neighbors to use the Greenway.

Visit RPA's Jamaica Bay page to download the guide


Manhattan Waterfront Greenway Map and Brochure

Manhattan Waterfront Greenway Map and Brochure PDF

Download the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway Map and Brochure (PDF, 1.4 MB)


Mountain Biking Maps

Cunningham trail map PDF

Both Cunningham and Highbridge Parks offer advanced terrain for mountain bike and BMX dirt jumpers, with large and small jump lines as well as pump tracks.

Download the Cunningham trail map (PDF, 2 MB)


Highbridge trail map PDF

Highbridge also offers a freeride trail, riddled with drops, berms, and steep lines that snakes down Fort George Hill’s 150 feet of vert (vertical elevation).

Download the Highbridge trail map (PDF, 909 KB)


Queens East and North Shore Greenway Master Plan

Queens East and North Shore Greenway Master Plan PDF

Download the Queens East and North Shore Greenway Master Plan (PDF, 12.2 MB)

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Wolfe’s Pond Park Bike Trail, Staten Island

Wolfe’s Pond Park Bike Trail PDF

View the Wolfe’s Pond Park Bike Trail (PDF, 3.2 MB)


Biking Rules

Biking Rules PDF

Biking Rules is sponsored by Transportation Alternatives and aims to both encourage cycling and educate cyclists in New York City. A constantly evolving guidebook, it aims to create a new Street Code, written by cyclists, for cyclists.

Download the Biking Rules Handbook (PDF, 1.38 MB)