The map is aimed at local cyclists wanting to know more about recent cycling improvements, and visitors looking for things like cycle hire and repair, traffic free routes or rural rides on the city’s downland fringe.
Map users can select the area they want to cycle in and look for the type of route they prefer. They can also add landmarks, street names, cycle parking, light-controlled crossings, cycle shops and repairs. Many more features suggested by local cyclists have been included.
There is also an option to print or save a copy of a customised map and to add notes.
|Some cycle lanes.|
The map will be updated regularly to include new features, such as the city’s forthcoming cycle hire service – due for launch in September.
The map can be found at www.brightonandhovecyclemap.co.uk