NS Policy Framework
Choose How You Move
Environmental Goals and Sustainable Prosperity Act
NSTA (TNS) strategic plan
Bicycle Nova Scotia
Cycle Nova Scotia
Bike Friendly Business
NS Trails Federation
Ecology Action Centre
Ecology Action Centre Newsletter Download – Spring Edition
https://www.ecologyaction.ca/files/images-documents/file/BTI/Ecology & Action – Spring 2015 – Online.pdf
Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal
Department of Health and Wellness
Blue Route Timeline
The Value of Paved Shoulders for All Road Users
Other Bicycle Networks and Trails in Canada
The Route Verte
The Route Verte in Quebec is one of the best cycling networks in the world. We’re proud to have this as an inspiration for the Blue Route.
Prince Edward County, Ontario
Prince Edward County, with its gently rolling hills, wineries, parks, and quiet roads, is a great cycling destination. The distances between villages and attractions are short, allowing for rest stops.
Confederation Trail, Prince Edward Island
This is 470 km recreational rail trail system that connects the island of PEI from tip to tip, with easy access to amenities and communities along the way.
Galloping Goose Trail, Vancouver Island
A beautiful bike destination that is built on an old rail bed that runs between Victoria and Sooke, British Columbia.
Some of our favorites in other countries
US Bicycle Route System
A connected network of bicycle routes is being developed across the United States, with 8043 miles already developed.
National Cycling Network (United Kingdom)
The network passes within a mile and a half of all UK homes and now stretches over 14,000 miles across the length and breadth of the UK.
New Zealand Cycle Trails
These trails showcase some of New Zealand’s most breathtaking scenery and diverse attractions. This free network of bike trails caters to passionate cyclists at all levels of fitness and experience.