Cycling routes KML
The map data is supplied as a KML web service which provides the following information:
- Advisory Cycle Route – unsigned advisory cycle routes. These provide a quiet, back street network of routes that link to the formal cycling infrastructure
- Bike shops – point data showing the location of cycle shops in Birmingham
- Bus Lane – locations of bus lanes. All bus lanes in Birmingham can be used by cyclists
- Canal Access Ramp – ramped access, suitable for cyclists on to the canal network
- Cycle Lanes – on road cycle lanes. The side of road on which they are drawn shows direction.
- Cycling Allowed in Pedestrian Areas – in many of the pedestrian areas of the city centre, cycling is also allowed. However, caution is advised as these areas get very busy with pedestrians at peak times
- Hills – these show steep hills, with the arrow pointing down the hill
- One way – these identify the direction of one way streets
- Parking – these show the locations of publicly available cycle parking facilities
- Pedestrian Only Area – these show pedestrian areas within the city centre where cycling is not allowed
- Pelican – this shows the locations of pedestrian crossings, either pelicans or zebras. These are crossings for use by pedestrians only, not cyclists
- Signed Cycle Routes – these are road which are a part of a signed cycle route
- Steps – these are accesses onto the canal towpath that have steps
- Toucan – this shows locations of toucan crossings. These are crossing for use by pedestrians and cyclists.
- Towpath – canal towpath which is suitable for cycling and walking on
- Towpath Walk – canal towpath which is suitable for walking but not cycling
- Traffic Free – off road paths designated for cycling and walking
- Unsurfaced – unsurfaced off road paths which are designated for cycling and walking
- Unsurfaced Walk – unsurfaced off road paths which are designated for walking but not cycling
- Walk your bike - off road paths designated for walking but not cycling
- Wheeling canal access ramp – canal access with steps but with an additional ramp for wheeling a bicycle.
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|Last updated||October 22, 2014|
|Created||October 22, 2014|
|License||UK Open Government Licence (OGL)|
|created||over 6 years ago|