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The modern two- In the Netherlands, Lou Harris polls conducted

Philadelphia Bicycle Map


wheeled bicycle was 30% of urban travel is in 1992 indicate 53% of
invented in 1839. by bicycle and 45% by adult American cyclists living
auto. In the US, 1% of in central cities would bicycle
urban travel is by bicycle to work more often if there
and 84% by auto. were safe bike lanes on roads.

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This map has been developed to Bikes on Transit Bicycle Shops Bike to Work Day
www.bicyclecoalition.org S A F E T Y T I P S
assist cyclists in planning both Bringing a bike on the train or bus Amtrak Abington Wheelright • 1120 Old York Rd. (215) 884-6331
Generally held in May, this
can be a great time- saver or wel- (800) USA-RAIL annual celebration at City Hall’s Built for Two When making a left turn, move to the left of the center
Bicycle Therapy • 2208 South St. (215) 735-7849
recreation and commute trips in come relief from the rain. Cyclists Dilworth Plaza celebrates Roads are built for vehicles, including bicycles. Bicycles are lane, indicate your intention by signaling and using eye
commuting downhill during daylight Some Amtrak trains carry Bike Addicts • 5548 Ridge Ave. (215) 487-3006 cycling as a healthy, affordable, contact. Make the turn when there is an opening.
not restricted to bikeways; they share the road with
and around Philadelphia using the hours into Center City from the west bicycles. Contact Amtrak and pollution-free mode of
Bike Line/ Arch Street • 1028 Arch St. (215) 923-1310 motorists and also share responsibility for obeying the rules
and northwest can take advantage of for availability and transportation. This event is
SEPTA’s climate-controlled, off-peak details. of the road. Sidewalks are for pedestrians, not bicyclists. Sustained Yield
future 300-mile network. Even Bike Line/ University City • 226 S. 40th St. (215) 243-2453 sponsored by the City of
service on their return commute after dark. Philadelphia, Bicycle Coalition In conflicts between cars and bicycles, the bicyclist always
Listed below are the policies for transit services in Bike Line/ Manyunk • 4151 Main St. (215) 487-7433 of Greater Philadelphia, Center
though particular routes are high- PATCO The Ride-of-Way loses. Ride defensively and always be prepared to yield.
Philadelphia that carry bicycles. (215) 922-4600 Bilenky Cycle Works, Ltd. • 5319 N. 2nd St. (215) 329-4744 City District, Central
Philadelphia Transportation Never ride against traffic. Usually you should ride in a
lighted on the map, bicyclists may straight line to the right of traffic or in a designated bike
SEPTA Bicycles are welcome on Bustleton Bikes • 9261 Roosevelt Blvd. (215) 671-1910 Management Association, A Crash Course in Cycling
Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, and lane. But you have the right (and responsibility) to use any Common causes of bicycling accidents in Philadelphia are:
use most roads in Philadelphia that (215) 580-7800 www.septa.org board all Speedline trains. Cycle Sonic • 220 Huntingdon Pike (215) 379-1102 local businesses. part of the road you need to ensure your safety. • Bicyclists riding against traffic, even on bike lanes
are open to cars. Bicyclists have the Buses New Jersey Transit Drive Sports • 2601 Pennsylvania Ave. (215) 232-7368 • Bicyclists riding on sidewalks
US Pro Championship Bicycle Race
(973) 491-9400 Bike Rack • 1901 S. 13th St. (215) 334-9100 www.procyclingtour.com A Route Awakening • Inadequate lights and reflectors on bikes
same responsibility as motor vehicle Bicycle racks are being installed on many SEPTA
buses. Buses that carry bicycles are noted in Although bikes are allowed on any street, designated bike • Conflicts at intersections, usually between a cyclist going
All New Jersey Transit buses serving Philadelphia Erdenheim Bicycle Center • 821 Bethlehem Pike (215) 233-3883
schedules. Each June, Philadelphia routes and bike lanes increase your safety and make your straight and an adjacent or oncoming car turning.
operators to obey traffic laws. and southern New Jersey carry bicycles. Firehouse Bicycles • 50th St. and Baltimore Ave. (215) 727 9692 welcomes more than 140
ride easier and more refreshing. Familiarize yourself with
of the world’s greatest pro-
Bicycle storage on trains: Up to two standard Frankinstein BikeWorx • 1529 Spruce St. (215) 893-0415 fessional cyclists to the US Philadephia’s Bike Network by reviewing this map. Contact Sports
frame bicycles can be accommodated in accessible Pro Championship bicycle Drivers do not always see bicyclists. For your safety, make
Guy’s Bicycles • 326 E Street Rd. (215) 355-1166
Conditions on streets and trails areas. Accessible cars are designated with an inter- race as well as the top eye contact before assuming the driver sees you.
national symbol of accessibility. women’s road race, the First
Be Real PENNDOT
Jay’s Pedal Power Bikes • 512 E. Girard Ave. (215) 425-5111
may vary. Be prepared to make your Union Liberty Classic. Join Bicycles are, in fact, vehicles. They are not toys. Drivers and
Squeeze handle Place bike in Grasp support And pull over Keswick Cycle Co. • 408 N. Easton Rd. (215) 884-6996 police expect all vehicles to:
and pull down slot arm tire Greyhound & Peter Pan the thousands of specators Open Door Policy
own evaluation of traffic and rack (800) 231-2222 Liberty Bell Cycle • 7820 Frankford Ave. (215) 624-7343 at this incredible event. • stop at stop signs and signals Ride far enough away from parked cars to avoid an
• ride in the proper direction on one-way streets opening door and stay alert.
road/path conditions. Plan routes Regional Rail Greyhound carries boxed bicycles between Liberty Bell Cycle • 6153 Ridge Ave. (215) 487-1850 Bicycle Repair and Safety Classes • signal before turning
Philadelphia, New York, Washington D.C. and www.neighborhoodbikeworks.org
Mainly Bikes • 229 Haverford Ave. (610) 668-2453 • yield to pedestrians
appropriate to your riding skills. Massachusetts on a space available basis. On Peter Passing Fancy
Bicycles are welcome onboard trains during off-peak Pan, the front wheel should be removed. Bicycles Neighborhood Bike Works provides bicycle maintenance
hours, weekends, and the following holidays:
Neighborhood Bike Works • 3916 Locust Walk (215) 386-0316 Philadelphia’s popular off-road trails can be very crowded. U.S. Department
may need to be boxed if there is limited space. and safety training to both youth and adults. In after- Reflect Action
Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Neighborhood Bike Works • 5958 Vine St. (215) 386-0316 school, weekend, and summer classes, youth rebuild
When pedestrians or slow-moving bicyclists are present, of Transportation
and New Years Day. Equip your bike with lights and reflectors and wear reflec- slow down and give a bell or voice warning before passing.
The user of this map bears full donated bicycles which they get to keep by completing Federal Highway
Carl R. Bieber Tourways Philadelphia Bicycle Shop • 826 N. Broad St. (215) 765-9118
the class requirements. tive clothing for riding at night or in the rain. Be aware
(800) 243-2374 Administration
Broad Street, Market-Frankford and that bicyclists are least visible as it begins to get dark.
responsibility for his or her own safety. Trophy Bikes • 311 Market St. (215) 625-7999 Be SCAN-dalous
Norristown high speed lines. Carl R. Bieber Tourways carries bicycles between
Scheduled Bicycle Club Rides To avoid problems, continually scan the road ahead of you
Via Bicycle Shop • 606 S. 9th St. (215) 627-3370 www.phillybikeclub.org Credits:
Philadelphia and Lehigh County. Bicycles do not Cut off at the Pass for glass, driveways, parked cars, dogs, road construction,
Information is accurate as of Bicycles are welcome weekdays off-peak (9 a.m.-3 have to be boxed. There is a fee and the front Wissahickon Cyclery • 7837 Germantown Ave. (215) 248-2829 Motorists may not see their right side at an intersection.
Bicycle Club of Philadelphia has an online calendar of wet leaves, debris, etc. Listen and watch for cars approach- Steve Spindler Cartography
p.m.), evenings (after 6 p.m.), all day weekends, and wheel must be removed. Wolff Cycle • 4311 Lancaster Ave. (215) 222-2171 recreational cycling activities for cyclists of all abilities. Don’t pass on the right; instead, take your place in the line ing from behind. Steve@bikemap.com
November, 2003. the following holidays: Memorial Day, Labor Day, of traffic. Peter Volz Design
Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day.
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