RideFinders Introduces First Regional Bikeway Map for St. Louis area

According to Speedzone, the RideFinders Newsletter (PDF format):
Spanning two states, six counties and more than 2,000 square miles, the bikeways of the metropolitan St. Louis region combine to form one of the greatest trail systems in the Midwest. Now area residents and visitors to the region can find comprehensive information on all of these bikeways on one map, the Regional Bikeways of Metro St. Louis map, courtesy of RideFinders, the regional rideshare program.

The 24"x 37" map shows the names and paths of over 40 dedicated bikeways located in state, county and city parks and conservation areas and along former railroad corridors in Jersey, Madison and St. Clair counties in Illinois and Jefferson, St. Charles and St. Louis counties in Missouri, as well as the City of St. Louis. A legend listing the bikeway names and letter/number coordinates assists with locating the bikeways on the map. The opposite side of the map features detailed information regarding each bikeway’s length, surface type, parking lots and connections to other bikeways, as well as contact information of the organization responsible for each bikeway.

Individuals or organizations interested in receiving or distributing maps should contact RideFinders at (800) VIP-RIDE (847-7433) to obtain free maps in the mail. RideFinders is also developing an interactive, on-line version of the map that will be completed in spring 2005 and available at www.ridefinders.org.
[thanks to Jeff Jackson for the tip]

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