The Cycleway Finder is designed to help people plan bicycle trips in NSW. The map uses a Google Maps background and overlays lines that represent the Bicycle Network in NSW.
To configure the map to suit your needs, select the types of facilities that you would like to use from the list at the right side using the checkboxes. The different types of facilities are ordered with most-friendly (Bicycle Paths) at the top to least-friendly (Cycling Excluded) at the bottom.
To see detailed information about each line on the map, click on the line and an information popup will appear.
The lines on the map are sourced from data that is maintained by Transport for NSW.
To provide feedback on the data or map, please contact: email@example.com
Disclaimer : Transport for NSW (TfNSW) has taken care to ensure that data published is correct and as accurate as possible. However, TfNSW does not warrant, represent or guarantee the accuracy, reliability, quality or suitability for any purpose of the information or data published at this website nor accept any responsibility arising in connection with any errors in, or omissions from, the information or data provided. TfNSW does not accept any legal liability for any loss or damage arising directly or indirectly from the use of information or data published on this map. TfNSW recommends that users exercise their own skill, care and judgement with respect to their use of information or data published including by evaluating the relevance of the material for their purpose.
A bicycle facility that is separated from motor vehicle traffic using a physical barrier such as a kerb.
A street that provides a quiet traffic environment due to low traffic volumes/speeds (Quietway), where pedestrians have priority (Shared Zones) or where contra-flow cycling is permitted on a one-way street (Contra-flow cycling).
A lane on a road that is marked with a bicycle lane sign or bicycle stencil road markings. These do not include lanes marked beside parked cars (Parking Lanes) which are included under General Roads.
A road where bicycles share space with motor vehicles (Mixed Traffic), buses (Bus Lane) or parked cars (Parking Lane).
The edge of a road that has a high speed limit (High-speed Shoulder) or is for vehicle breakdowns (Emergency Stopping Lane).
A road where cycling is not permitted.