For those who still rely on printed maps, the best one for the entire region’s cycling routes is Metro’s Bike There! map. First published in 1983, the agency is currently working on a major update for the 9th edition and they want your help to make it the best one ever.
Metro has launched an online survey to learn more about how people navigate the region by bike. The survey asks you to rank the importance of the map’s various features, asks about your use (or not) of various GPS mapping services (hmm, wonder what Metro could be up to?).
The new map is set for release in 2015. You can buy a copy for $9 at bike shops throughout the region. To take the survey and learn more about the Bike There! map, visit OregonMetro.gov.
Posted on June 10th, 2014 at 4:53 pm. Filed under Front Page and tagged with , maps.
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