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Access Across America: Biking 2017 Accessibility Maps (Medium-Stress Routes)

The following maps show summary accessibility data and maps for each of the metropolitan areas included in the study.

The maps show 30-minute accessibility values at the Census block level. Lighter colors indicate few jobs can be reached within 30 minutes; darker colors indicate more jobs can be reached within 30 minutes. At the highest levels, more than 100,000 jobs are accessible by bike within 30 minutes.

Washington, DC

Accessibility map of Washington, DC

  1. New York
  2. San Francisco
  3. Chicago
  4. Denver
  5. Washington, D.C.
  6. Portland
  7. Minneapolis
  8. Seattle
  9. Boston
  10. San Jose
  11. Los Angeles
  12. Salt Lake City
  13. Philadelphia
  14. Columbus
  15. Miami
  16. Phoenix
  17. Buffalo
  18. Austin
  19. New Orleans
  20. Tampa
  21. Detroit
  22. Baltimore
  23. Cincinnati
  24. San Diego
  25. Milwaukee
  26. Cleveland
  27. Pittsburgh
  28. Louisville
  29. Orlando
  30. Indianapolis
  31. Las Vegas
  32. Houston
  33. Atlanta
  34. Sacramento
  35. Kansas City
  36. Richmond
  37. Oklahoma City
  38. Jacksonville
  39. San Antonio
  40. Hartford
  41. Providence
  42. Charlotte
  43. St. Louis
  44. Dallas
  45. Nashville
  46. Raleigh
  47. Riverside
  48. Birmingham
  49. Virginia Beach
  50. Memphis

In addition to the top 50 metropolitan areas, the study includes accessibility maps for other metro areas in the National Accessibility Evaluation Pooled-Fund Study:


More Information

The Accessibility Observatory is a program of the Center for Transportation Studies.