REDMOND Bicycling Guide Regional Map

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REDMOND Bicycling Guide Regional Map
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Always wear a helmet
and follow the safety
instructions provided.
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Trigger a traffic light by
aligning your bike with
the loop detectors in the
pavement.
Always ride with
the flow of traffic.
“Sharrows” show you
where to ride.
HOW TO MAKE A LEFT HAND TURN
(OPTION A) Make a left turn like an automobile. First signal (if it is safe to take
your hand off the handle bar) and then carefully merge into the left lane or turn
lane and make the turn like an automobile.
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(OPTION B) Make a two step left turn. Keep to your right and continue straight
through the intersection, merging into the right side of the traffic lane. Wait for the
green light and proceed in your new direction of travel, either riding in travel lane
or walking in crosswalk.
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Bike lockers or racks are available at 39 Park-andRides and transit centers throughout the region.
Find out more at www.kingcounty.gov/bike.
City of Redmond, recognized by the
League of American Bicyclists as a “Bicycle Friendly Community”.
Pass on the left. Use
a voice or bell when
passing pedestrians or
other cyclists.
Be bright and visible.
Use both front and rear
lights at night.
Use the bike rack to
support your bike frame.
Located at the nexus of three major
regional trails, Redmond is a community
with many cycling opportunities. Come
enjoy over 80 miles of interconnected
bicycle lanes, paths, and trails.
Lock frame and wheel
to a secure bike rack.
Obey traffic laws
and use hand signals
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RIGHT-HAND TURN
Option A
RIGHT-HAND TURN
Option B
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LEFT-HAND TURN
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CONTACT LIST
REDMOND
Bike Program
Traffic Signals and Street Lights
Roadway Maintenance
Trail Maintenance
R-TRIP Support & Information
Request Additional
Copies of this Map 425-556-2854
425-556-2854
425-556-2800
425-556-2322
425-556-2449
www.GOrtrip.com
425-556-2449
Pedestrian Bicycle Advisory Committee
The Redmond Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory
Committee advises the City and other agencies on
non-motorized transportation issues. More information
available at www.redmond.gov/connectingredmond/
resources/bicycling.asp
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King County
Bicycle Info
Metro Transit
DOT Road Service
www.kingcounty.com/bike
206-553-3000
transit.metrokc.gov
206-263-4741
OTHER
Sound Transit
206-398-5000
www.soundtransit.org
360-705-7000
425-587-3900
425-452-4077
Washington State DOT Kirkland Public Works
Bellevue Bike Information
More resources are available at
www.redmond.gov/connectingredmond/
resources/bicycling.asp
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