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Road and Route Information

 
   
   

In order to plan the safest route, on-road bicyclists must have as much information as possible about existing road conditions, especially regarding traffic volume and the location of paved shoulders. Other helpful information includes lane widths, elevations, scenic byways and amenities such as restaurants, park locations and lodging. Signs are extremely helpful to indicate route directions for designated bicycle routes, locations of shared use paths and directions to places of interest.

 
   
   
State Bicycle Maps  
   
The state bicycle maps are drawn along MoDOT districts, named to indicate their location within the state. Download the bike maps by clicking on the following links:  
   
Northwest Region  
   
Northeast Region  
   
Kansas City Region  
   
Central Region  
   
St. Louis Region  
   
Springfield Region  
   
Southeast Region  
   
Former MoDOT districts archives  
North Central Region (D2)  
Southwest Region (D7)  
South Central Region (D9)  
   
(Each pdf map depicts one of the 10 MoDOT districts and is formatted to print on a 22” x 34” sheet of paper).  
   
   
County Maps  
Maps  
   
Traffic Volume Maps  
   
   

Traffic volume maps are drawn along the same MoDOT regions as the above bicycle maps. Follow the link below to download PDFs of MoDOT traffic maps.

Traffic Maps

 
   
MO Bike Trails Map New button September 2013  
   
Major Missouri Bicycle Trails  
   

American Discovery Trail Website

 

Frisco-Highline Trail Website

 

Great River Trail Website

 

Katy Trail Website

 

Lewis and Clark Trail Website

 

Mississippi River Trail Website

 

TransAmerica Trail Website

 

Quad State Trail Website

 
   
Mississippi River Trail  
   

The Mississippi River Trail is a north-south, on-road, signed bicycle route (with signs that say MRT) that connects ten states between Louisiana and Minnesota. Maps of this route are divided by MoDOT districts and include an additional map of the St. Louis area.  The cue sheet for instructions on how to follow the trail is under On-Trail Directions.

 
   
Northeast District (406 kbs, 1 page)  
St. Louis District (486 kbs, 1 page)  
St. Louis Metro (715 kbs, 1 page)  
Southeast District (474 kbs, 1 page)  
Written Cue Sheets for MRT (40.4 kbs, 5 pages)  
   
Shared Use Paths  
   

Shared Use Paths are built for pedestrian and bicycle transportation as well as recreational use. Most shared paths are 10-feet wide, paved paths separated from the roadway. However, the longest shared path in the state, the Katy Trail, has a surface of crushed limestone.

 
Shared Use Paths (Excel File 24 kbs)  
Missouri Greenways Project - Abandoned Rail Corridors (177 kbs, 8 pages)  
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