Looking for a quiet bike-riding trail in Clark County? Want a safer route to ride to work in Portland?
Pedal over to Clark County’s Public Service Center, 1300 Franklin St., for your free copy of the updated Cycling the Cities map.
One side of the map, which folds to 4-inches-by-9-inches, shows routes along streets and roads in Clark County as far north as 159th Street and as far east as 242nd Avenue. Inserts also show routes to and across the Interstate 5 Bridge.
The map’s flip side shows routes and roads in Portland as far west as 91st Avenue and as far east as 148th Avenue, including the Glenn Jackson Bridge. It also shows rules of the road for bicycle riders and lists resources for bike riders on both sides of the Columbia River.
A paper version on the map is available at no cost in the county’s GIS Map Store in Suite 232 of the Public Service Center. A water- and tear-resistant version is on sale for $4.
The map also is available online at www.clark.wa.gov/
– Holley Gilbert: Oregon Live