The City of Raleigh, Citrix, and Bewegen Technologies, Inc. are proud to partner to bring bikeshare to our rapidly growing downtown. Citrix Cycle is a public, self-serve bicycle rental system for short trips, comprising of 300 bikes across 30 stations. The majority of the fleet--70% to be exact--is equipped with electric-assist motors that provide riders with an extra boost when pedaling. Citrix Cycle stations are located in Downtown Raleigh, in southeast Raleigh, along Hillsborough Street, and at the North Carolina Museum of Art. View a map of available stations.
Dockless Electric Scooters
Dockless electric scooters are a low-carbon emission way of getting around Downtown Raleigh. Gotcha currently operates in downtown. It is required that all riders obey traffic laws and adhere to safety guidelines.
The BikeRaleigh map shows bike lanes, sharrows, greenways, and GoRaleigh routes, as well as preferred routes that are based on bicyclist feedback and street conditions. The preferred routes may not be suitable for all experience levels, so please use caution when planning your trip.
Download BikeRaleigh iPhone mobile app
Download BikeRaleigh Android mobile app
View BikeRaleigh online map
Download BikeRaleigh map PDF
Capital Area Greenway System Map
The Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department periodically produces a map of the Capital Area Greenway System. The Capital Area Greenway System Map shows existing and planned trails, parking areas with trail access, and select City facilities.
Download the Capital Area Greenway System Map PDF
Learn more about the Capital Area Greenway Trail System