Phone: 311Fax: 250-561-7724
City of Prince George1100 Patricia Blvd.Prince George, British Columbia V2L 3V9
Pick up the pocket-sized Bikeways and Bike Lanes Map at the City Hall Service Centre or at local bike stops. A digital copy is also available for download.
The map includes all route and sign info needed to safely bike around Prince George.
Prince George has a large number of multi-use trails that connect to bikeways.
Cyclists are required to:
Cyclists are allowed on all highways except designated freeways. Cyclists may also have certain restrictions on bridges or Schedule 1 highways.
Always make hand signals before any turn and not just when you think it's needed.
The City posts different signs and painted pavement markings to let cyclists know where to ride safely. These signs and symbols are also useful to ensure a safe environment for both drivers and cyclists.
City buses come equipped with bicycle racks that can carry up to two bikes at a time. The racks are available on all scheduled buses.
Free public bicycle racks are located throughout the downtown area and at civic facilities. Private businesses may also have racks available for customer use.
The City partners with the Prince George Cycling Club and other local organizations every year to host Go By Bike Week. Residents who bike around during Go By Bike Week can register to win prizes.
Prince George's network of bike routes and bikeways is designed to encourage people to travel by bike. Biking reduces traffic congestion, lessens pollution, and improves air quality.
The City developed a Cycle Network Plan based on input from the public as well as from City staff and the Ministry of Transportation and Highways.