• The Omaha Metropolitan Area Bicycle Map, 2017 Edition provides guidance for on-street routes. The link shows both pages of the entire, high resolution map. This is a very large 26 MB file. Please download only if you need the full resolution version. Professionally printed maps are available at local bicycle shops.

Urban Omaha Bike Routes

  • Heartland Bike Share is a great way to try out an electric bike and get around Omaha’s hills quickly and for a relatively low cost. Use their BCycle app (iPhone or Android) to easily buy a pass or a membership and unlock an e-bike and go for a ride!
  • Use the Omaha Trails Map for your rides around Omaha’s trails. See also the Council Bluffs trail map.
  • Map of bike infrastructure essentials in Omaha such as fixit stations, racks, b-cycle stations.
  • Google maps for bicycling.
  • Find bike friendly destinations in the Omaha area.
  • Bike scores for some areas of Omaha are listed here.
  • City of Omaha Biking page. (Request bike rack installation here).
  • For updates on trail closures go here and for street closures go here.
  • Use this Bike Parking Guide to help choose appropriate bike racks and placement.
    • The City of Omaha  has a limited number of “U” style bicycle racks to offer existing businesses and organizations.  The City will deliver and install the racks free-of-charge if placed in the public right-of-way. Contact Kevin Carder.
  • A beginner’s guide to healthy cycling can be found here.


  • Visit the Metro website to for information about the Omaha bus system, map, schedules, and more.
  • Google Maps for Transit
  • View this video, available in multiple languages, on how to take the bus, or this video on how to use the bike racks.
  • See the latest plans for Bus Rapid Transit along Dodge Street.

Ride/Car Share

Transportation-Related Orgs & Projects

Assessments & Scorecards


  • Nebraska Bicycle/Pedestrian Crash Data
  • Pedestrian and Bicycle Crashes in Omaha Data
  • Omaha Bicycle/Pedestrian Counts Reports for 2011 & 2014
  • Check out transportation data on the Omaha Community Foundation’s The Landscape
  • Farnam Street, 46th Street to Happy Hollow Boulevard, Reversible One‐Way Operation Review

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