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Learn more about how biking in Edmonton works today.

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Did You Know?

Bike Trips Have Doubled

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In the last ten years, bike trips in Edmonton have nearly doubled. Bike infrastructure improvements have been shown to increase bike ridership and encourage people living nearby to be more active.

Achieve Health Benefits

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Biking promotes active and healthy living, and is one of the most affordable ways for people to add exercise to their daily routines. Biking to work or school can help people feel more awake, help them to mentally transition between locations, and provide them the opportunity to get outside in the fresh air.

More than Commuters

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For many trips it may be faster to travel by bike than by car or bus. This is often the case for short local trips in congested urban areas. Biking can also make the commute to work or school less stressful and more enjoyable. 

Who Bikes in the Winter?

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Cycling in the winter can improve your mood, reduce stress and get you energized! 


Maintained Year-Round

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Protected bike routes are maintained year-round to ensure people feel safe biking in all seasons.


For More Information

311 Contact Centre

Online Contact 311 Online

In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

TTY 780-944-5555

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