Bikeways attributes

  • UNIQUE_ID: Unique identification number attached to each bikeway segment
  • ROUTE_NAM: Bike route name (usually as it appears on street signs)
  • STREET_NAM: Name of the street where the bikeway segment is located
  • TPL_TYPE: Transportation planning definition of the bikeway types
    Note: If there are different types at each side of the bikeway segment only one will be used.
      • Projected Bike Lanes: A dedicated bike lane that is physical protected from motor vehicle traffic or an off-street pathway
      • Local Street: A shared relatively quiet neighborhood street with bike pavement markings and/or signs
      • Painted Lanes: A dedicated bike lane that is defined by paint lines and located between a sidewalk or a parking lane and a moving vehicle lane
      • Shared Lanes: A shared traffic lane on a relatively busy street with bike pavement markings
  • STATUS: Status of the specified bikeway segment- Active for existing, Planned for future bikeway
  • LENGTH: Approximate length of segment measured in meters
  • YEAR_CONST: Year of construction. The year when the segment became an active bikeway of any type.
    Note: This field may be zero or blank if the information is not available
  • DIRECTION: The general direction of movement: EW means East-west; NS means north-south
  • STREET_TYP: Street segment types, as follows:
      • Arterial: Highest capacity roads identified to be significant for access to regional activity centres and critical for the movement of goods and people through the City. Arterial routes support heavy volumes of truck, transit and vehicle traffic
      • Collector: Roads intended to connect neighbourhoods with the arterial road network.
      • Lane: Neighbourhood roads intended as the primary access point to residential and commercial properties for local services such as waste collection and parking access.
      • Pathway: Walking and cycling routes intended to provide preferred routes for pedestrians and cyclists. Not generally intended for vehicle traffic.
      • Residential: Neighbourhood roads intended for the movement of people and services within local neighbourhoods.
      • Sec Arterial: High capacity roads critical for the movement of goods and people through the City. Routes support moderate truck, transit and vehicle traffic.

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