For a detailed, print-friendly description of the route proposed in the Glastonbury Bicycle Master Plan, see Glastonbury Bicycle Master Plan: Route Description.

For information and a Google Map of the Smith School to Bell Street Greenway, see the Smith School Greenway page.

For PDF maps of existing and proposed bikeways in Glastonbury, click on:

Glastonbury Bicycle Master Plan: Google Map

View Glastonbury Master Plan Bike Route in a larger map

Maps & Bike Routes in Connecticut

Airline Trail Guide & Map (PDF): “Air Line State Park Trail. East Hampton, Colchester, Hebron, Columbia, Lebanon, Windham, Chaplin, Hampton, Pomfret, Putnam, Thompson.”

Charter Oak Greenway (PDF): “East Hartford town line to Charter Oak Park. Trail Highlights. This trail is a part of a 9.8-mile section…”

Connecticut Bike Routes: “This website has been developed by three Connecticut based bicycle enthusiasts as a service to the cycling community. Search and find detailed information on over 400 bike routes, most of which are located entirely in Connecticut. …”

CT DEP Mountain Biking: “The State Parks and Forests of Connecticut provide a wealth of recreational opportunities, including hundreds of miles of trails…”

CT DOT State Bicycle Map: “Connecticut state-wide bicycle map” with interactive Google Map.

CT DOT Multi-Use Trails: “A Transportation Guide to Multi-Use Trails …”

East Coast Greenway: “By connecting existing and planned shared-use trails, a continuous, traffic-free route is being formed, serving self-powered users of all abilities and ages. 3,000 miles long, the Greenway links Calais, Maine at the Canadian border with Key West, Florida.”

Farmington River Trail: “…one of the most picturesque and historic greenways in New England. The Connecticut section from New Haven to Suffield runs fifty four miles through eleven towns and connects with many more biking and walking trails.”

Hop River State Park Trail: “Bolton to Windham – 12 miles – gravel – open to public use – paving proposed …”

TrailLink: “…a free service of Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a non-profit dedicated to assisting local communities in converting unused railroad corridors into trails. …”

Route Mapping Services

EveryTrail: “…the best way to share trips, connect with other travelers and find great new things to do…”

Google Maps: “Get directions (walking, biking, public transport)”

MapMyRide: “Create training maps or use those already logged by our members.”

Safe Routes to School: “…sustained efforts by parents, schools, community leaders and local, state, and federal governments to improve the health and well-being of children by enabling and encouraging them to walk and bicycle to school.”

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