The Chicago Offline Bike Map allows you to reference a map of Chicago streets and bikeways without a data connection. The entire map is stored on your iOS device.
The app shows the locations of bike lanes, shared lanes (where there are "sharrows" on the pavement), cycle tracks (also known as protected bike lanes), buffered bike lanes, and off-street trails (like the Lakefront Trail and Major Taylor Trail).
Updates will be made monthly in order to ensure the app has the latest bikeway and OpenStreetMap data.
The app is quite large (over 100 MB) because all of the map data is downloaded and stored to your phone. This is ideal for people without data connections, or without active wifi, or those who have low data limits.
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Adds train stations (both CTA and Metra)
Adds new points of interest
Finds you on the map
Updates map tiles to include two additional "zoom out" levels
Updates map tiles to include buffered bike lanes and protected bike lanes (sometimes known as cycle tracks)
Adds an entirely new design and aesthetic with jQuery Mobile