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New 2010 Bicycle and Pedestrian Maps Available – Free!


From a City of Boulder press release:

With summer right around the corner, newly redesigned 2010 City of Boulder Bicycle and Pedestrian Maps are available and free to the public.

The new maps are easy to read, small enough to fit in your pocket and include:

  • on-street bike lanes;
  • multi-use paths;
  • bicycle and pedestrian underpasses;
  • bike shop locations;
  • bicycle and pedestrian tips and much more.

The 2010 maps can be picked up at city buildings including library branches, recreation centers, and the GO Boulder office at 1739 Broadway on the second floor. They are also available at most bike shops and other outdoor retailers around town.  Businesses interested in stocking a supply of maps may contact the City of Boulder Transportation Division at 303-441-3266.

Printing of the larger, rack-size size edition previously offered for sale and resale by retailers has been discontinued.  It is available electronically at

For turn-by-turn biking directions, including functions like calories burned, elevation gained and money saved by shifting your trip from driving a car to biking, visit the interactive website

For more information, go to  You can now follow GO Boulder on Twitter at

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