This data set contains the on-street bikeway network within the City of Calgary. A map of bikeways and connection trails is also available in fhe following formats: paper hardcopy, electronic, and the CITYonline interactive map.
If you’re interested in data relating to Calgary’s bikeways, The City of Calgary’s Pathways and Bikeways app is available for iPhone, iPod and iPad devices and will provide you with information regarding all City of Calgary bikeways. You can find this app in The City's mobile apps page.
The Bicycle Count is one of the ways the Bicycle Program is monitoring and evaluating cycling data, in keeping with the Council approved Cycling Strategy.
The City collects and monitors information on the number of bicycle riders, gender, age, and helmet use and will be reported on annually. Dependent on weather conditions and construction, count locations that were counted first in 2013 will be counted in future years in order to gauge trends about cycling. Additional count locations are added as resources become available. This dataset includes counts completed from 2013-2016
Daily bicycle and pedestrian counts are available from sensors set up on the Peace Bridge, cycle tracks and Stephen Avenue. Using an Eco-Counter machine, cyclists are detected using loops embedded in the pavement. The data provides a breakdown of the number of cyclists on a daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis.
The data in this map are 2-way 16h bike volumes collected on a single weekday in 2015, factored to represent the average September/October volume. Factors were calculated based on 13 automated count stations.
The City of Calgary is testing the viability of dockless, free-standing, bicycle share through a two-year pilot. Set to run until 2020, the Bike Share pilot will allow The City to explore new ways of providing flexible, affordable and accessible mobility options.