Bike transit access across Columbus

Bike sharing

CoGo bike sharing stations are clustered primarily in "high" and "moderate" opportunity neighborhoods in central Columbus. There are also CoGo stations in Weinland Park, Olde Towne East and the Livingston Park area.

East Side

"Low" and "very low" opportunity neighborhoods like King-Lincoln, Olde Towne East and Driving Park have moderate-to-good access to bike trails, boulevards, bike lanes or roads marked for cycling. Main roadways in these neighborhoods are predominantly rated as "poor" or "moderate" for cycling.

The far East Side is largely barren of bike lanes, boulevards and trail access. Main roadways in these neighborhoods are rated as "poor" or "moderate" for cycling.

West Side

"Low" and "very low" opportunity neighborhoods like Franklinton, Hilltop and Westgate have moderate-to-good access to bike trails, boulevards, bike lanes or roads marked for cycling. Main roadways in these neighborhoods are predominantly rated as "poor" or "moderate" for cycling.

North Side

"Low" and "very low" opportunity neighborhoods like Milo-Grogan and North Linden are largely barren of bike trails, boulevards, bike lanes or roads marked for cycling. Main roadways in these neighborhoods are uniformly rated as "poor" or "moderate" for cycling.

The Morse Road corridor area has moderate access to boulevards, bike lanes or roads marked for cycling, but very limited trail access. Main roadways in these neighborhoods are uniformly rated as "poor" or "moderate" for cycling.

South Side

Beyond German and Merion villages, "low" and "very low" opportunity neighborhoods on the far South Side are almost completely barren of bike lanes, boulevards and trail access. Roadways in these neighborhoods are rated as "moderate" for cycling.

Central & suburban Columbus

"Very high," "high" and "moderate" opportunity neighborhoods like Downtown, the Arena District, Victorian Village, the Short North and OSU campus havegoodaccess to bike trails, boulevards, bike lanes or roads marked for cycling. Main roadways in these neighborhoods are predominantly rated by MORPC as "poor" or "moderate" for cycling, meaning they are suited only for experienced or intermediate riders.

Columbus suburbs like Dublin, New Albany, Powell, Worthington and Westerville enjoyexcellentaccess to bike trails, bike boulevards, bike lanes or roads marked for cycling.

Sources: 2014 MORPC Bike Map; Neighborhoods & Community Development in Franklin County report; CoGo station map.