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CYCLE ARIZONA ARIZONA DEPARTMENT Route Characteristics

OF TRANSPORTATION Effective Shoulder Width < 4 ft Bicycles Prohibited

Effective Shoulder Width = 4 ft or greater GG Extreme Grade

SHOULDER WIDTH
Urban Section (Outside Ln < 17 ft) G Moderate Grade

Rumble Strip with Effective Shoulder Width < 4 ft Varied Grade

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The State of Arizona and the Arizona Department
of Transportation invite you to bicycle Arizona.
Bridge with Effective Shoulder Width < 4 ft Dirt Road

USER MAP
Whether you want to commute to work, recreate in Low Traffic Volumes

TRAFFIC VOLUME
the great outdoors, or just get in shape, bicycling
Multimodal Planning Medium Traffic Volumes
SHOULDER WIDTH
offers a practical and enjoyable alternative to
motorized travel. High Traffic Volumes
TRAFFIC VOLUME
Interstate Frontage Roads
This Bicycle User Map is intended to help you explore bicycling in Arizona. Whatever
your level of expertise or interest may be, you’ll find information to help you get US Bicycle Route (for more info, visit
the most out of your riding experience. For additional information, please visit our www.azbikeped.org/us-bicycle-route-90.asp)

website www.azbikeped.org. Please remember to ride sensibly, be safe, and drink


YO U R G U I D E TO CYC L I N G I N A R IZO N A lots of water!
Highway or roadway conditions as shown on this map often vary
from one side of the road to the other. Bicyclists should use caution
while riding on Arizona highways.

PLEASE NOTE TRAFFIC VOLUMES


This map was prepared for the Arizona Department of Legend All traffic volumes on this map are Annual Average Daily Traffic
CAUTION (AADT). AADT is the total number of vehicles passing a given point
Transportation as an aid to bicyclists. All ADOT highways not in both directions, during a year divided by 365 days, given in
State Line At certain times of the
designated as "bicycles prohibited" are open to bicycle use. vehicles per day (vpd).
County Line year, severe blowing
Roads shown are regular roads of the highway system used by dust conditions may
Population less than 1,000 Low Traffic Volume < 2,500 vpd
automobiles and trucks. The Department in no manner warrants be encountered in the
Population greater than 1,000

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the safety of the roads indicated on this map for use by bicyclists. desert regions. Extreme Medium Traffic Volume 2,500-7,500 vpd
Bicyclists assume the risk of their own safety when using the roads
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caution should be taken. High Traffic Volume >7,500 vpd
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indicated on this map. There are no warranties made in connection Remember that Arizona air
with this map and the Department shall not be responsible for ò State Park
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Point of Interest A typical hourly traffic volume in one direction is approximately
any damages (consequential, special or otherwise) arising from carry lots of water.

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equal to 6% of the AADT, so a 7,500 AADT is approximately 450
its use. Local area maps are intended to provide connections for ï Rest Area
vehicles per hour (vph), and a 2,500 AADT is approximately 150 vph.
Other Roads LITTERING
routes into and out of the area. They are not meant to provide IS UNLAWFUL GRADES
a comprehensive guide to bicycle routes in these communities. Lakes and Reservoirs Please take your refuse Arrows are shown in direction of grade ascent. Gradient information
Future updates of this map can be found at www.azbikeped.org. Rivers and Streams home or deposit it in is provided as a general aid to cyclists in planning tours and is not
For comments on route conditions, contact the ADOT Bicycle ^ Distance Between Points receptacles provided for intended to be inclusive of grade conditions along the bicycle
and Pedestrian Coordinator at azbikeped@azdot.gov. National Forest this purpose. routes shown. Their purpose is merely to advise cyclists of some of
National Park the steeper climbs that may be encountered throughout the state.

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