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Bike Facilities
Philadelphia is always expanding its on- and off-street network of facilities for cyclists. Heres what weve got so far, and how to use it:

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Philadelphia Streets Department for information about getting a bike rack and road construction potholes.phila.gov Philadelphia Department of Parks & Recreation for trail information and maps www.fairmountpark.org Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia www.bicyclecoalition.org PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for statewide trail information www.explorepatrails.com SEPTA Bike & Ride www.septa.org/policy/bike.html PATCO Bike Policy www.ridepatco.org/travel/bicycles.html Connect the Circuit Regional Trail Network for a regional trail map and trip planner www.connectthecircuit.org Delaware River Port Authority for Benjamin Franklin Bridge access information www.drpa.org East Coast Greenway Alliance www.greenway.org
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Buffered Bike Lanes (11.3 mi.) Buffered lanes feature a 3 foot painted strip between a separated bicycle lane and a car lane. All users are expected to stay out of the buffer strip and remain in their own lane. Bike Lanes (221.6 miles) The standard bike lane is 5 ft wide and distinguished from trafc by a single white line. Direction of travel is indicated by arrows marked in the lane. Pedestrians and motorists are not permitted to travel in the bike lane. Sharrows (6.1 miles) Sharrows, or shared-use arrows, are a bicycle symbol paired with a double chevron. They indicate that motorists must share the road. Sharrows are placed in the roadway to minimize conicts with parked car doors and other obstacles. Cyclists should ride directly over the sharrow.

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Trail / Sidepath Trails and sidepaths are off-road facilities intended exclusively for bicycles and pedestrians. The vast majority of trails and sidepaths accommodate both sets of users, so cyclists should exercise caution and be alert for slower moving persons. Connector Streets These are streets where none of the above facilities exist, but the street is an important connecting route for cyclists and/or is considered bicycle-friendly. These become necessary in places where gaps still exist between different parts of the bicycle network. Conict Zones Conict zones are marked with dashed green paint. They are intended to alert cyclists and motorists that they need to share the same space.

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Bike Box Bike boxes are spaces where cyclists are encouraged to pull out in front of cars so that they are more visible when lights change and vehicles turn. Bike boxes are sometimes painted with a green background. Other times, a standard bike symbol is placed on black pavement in front of a stop bar for cars. Designated Bike Routes The East Coast Greenway is a 2500 mile route linking cities from Maine to Florida. The goal is to develop an entirely off-road alignment for the ECG. Other designated bike routes include the Cobbs Creek Greenway and Frankford Creek Greenway.

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Spring Garden St./ MLK Jr. Drive Bridges: Ramp connects Spring Garden to MLK Jr. Dr. At-grade crossing to Schuylkill River Trail. Race Street: At-grade entrance. Gates close when trains pass. JFK Bridge: Staircase entrance on south side with built-in bike channel Market & Chestnut Street Bridges: Ramp entrance to trail. Walk your bike on ramp. Walnut Street Bridge: Staircase entrance on both sides. Locust Street: At-grade entrance. Gates close when trains pass. Bike ramp overpass coming 2013.
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Bicycle Signage Philadelphia has a comprehensive waynding system that cyclists can use to determine direction and distance to key trails, parks, and other destinations. Signs show between 1 and 3 destinations and can differ in size. A white bicycle symbol clearly designates each sign. Other sign types include sidewalk decals, which remind cyclists to walk your wheels on sidewalks, and trafc signs that identify bike lanes and areas where users should expect to share the road. Bicycle Parking In the past 5 years the City has installed thousands of new bike parking spaces throughout Philadelphia. In addition to the Philly-standard U-rack, look for the secure green bicycle logos on posts in Center City and University City. New in 2012, there are bike corrals where bike parking is allowed in the street at locations in Center City, West Philly and Fishtown. Look for more to come in 2013.
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When you rst get a bike: Write down the serial number of the bike and keep it in an easily accessible place. Take a few photos of the bike and anything unique about it. (stickers, fenders, etc.) Photos are important if you ever want to make an insurance claim. For bicycles valued over $500 check with your insurance company to see if you need an additional insurance rider. If your bike is stolen: Call 911 and report the theft (provide your serial number). It is very important to report theft to the police - bike thefts are severely under-reported and calling them in raises the prole of bike thefts with the Police Department. Log the theft on SeeClickFix Post a note on Craigslist with photos of your bike. Email local bike shops with photos and the serial number. What to do after a bicycle crash: Call the police and le a report. There are a few things you need to know to protect your legal rights when involved in a bike crash. If you are in a crash with a car, do not leave the scene without recording: a tag number of the car a names and phone numbers of any witnesses a drivers name and contact information a police ofcers name and badge number If it is a hit and run, le a police report as soon as you are able.

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When Philadelphians bike, the city benets in many ways: we ease congestion, improve the quality of our air, and reduce greenhouse gases. When you bike, you improve your health through an active lifestyle, save money, and often get where you want to go faster. And getting around by bike is a fun way to take in the sights and sounds of our beautiful city. But its also important to reach the end of your ride safely and conveniently. Thats why the City of Philadelphia is proud of the Get Healthy Philly Initiative, which is helping create new bike lanes and routes for riders. We are tremendously proud of our achievements in promoting healthy and safe bicycling in Philly, and we look forward to further improvements as more and more Philadelphians choose to get around by bike.

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