Arlignton County has a new bike map.
In addition to a new cover, both the map and reverse side have undergone a complete overhaul. The map features an updated network of bike facilities in a simpler and easier to use format. While the old map had four route categories and colors (Bicycle Lanes, Shared-use Trails, On-street Bicycle Routes, and Other Recommended On-street Routes) the new map sports three categories (Off-street Trails, Bike Lanes and Sharrows, and On-street Routes) with a much cleaner look and feel. The updated network makes navigating Arlington County by bike easier than ever, particularly in the north-south direction, where the new map indicates clearer travel choices.
It also includes CaBi locations, and "through a partnership with the D.C. Department of Transportation, sections of Washington DC’s Northwest and Southwest quadrants are shown marked, not only with Capital Bikeshare station locations, but also with trails, bike lanes, and on-street routes."
The map uses the same color scheme as the CaBi maps do, and the hope is that it will become the regional standard.
I've always thought that Arlington has one of the better area bike maps, and now I think it's better.