Introduction to the Proposed Paumonok Bicycling Network

This area is under development. We will soon have an overall keymap of Long Island's Nassau and Suffolk counties which will lead to each detail map.

Each detail map shows our proposed bicycle route network that was submitted to the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) for inclusion into the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) regional transportation plan for the years 1995 to 2015.

We hope that our state, county and local officials adopt our commitment to make Long Island's bicycling environment more user friendly in the years ahead. The proposed bicycling network requires political support in order to be built. You can obtain additional information in our Master Plan for Nassau and Suffolk Counties. We also encourage you to contact your appropriate government officials to support this network of bicycling friendly roadways.

We are currently testing the map for Nassau County. To obtain a legend of commonly used cue sheet direction abreviations, click here. To obtain a detailed cue sheet or route description, click on the route icon in the detail map. The east/west routes are identified by numbers and the north/south routes are identified by letters.

Maps printed directly from Web Browser programs will likely be distorted. For best results, import the images into a graphic program that supports "gif" images prior to printing. This will maintain the appropriate scale and proper fit to the page.

These maps are in "gif" format and are designed to print reasonably well in color, grayscale or black and white on standard 8.5 x 11 inch paper. Adequate margin allowance (one half inch or more) has been made for accurate and complete printing from most programs and printers. Maps and cue sheets may be copied provided that:

Maps in portrait orientation are 518 pixels (7 & 3/16 inches) wide x 675 pixels (9 & 3/8 inches) high.

Maps in landscape orientation are 725 pixels (10 & 1/16 inches) wide x 540 pixels (7 & 1/2 inches) high.

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