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Tools for Walking and Biking

Metro Parks and Greenways

NashVitality Mobile app:nashvitality icon

Find out the best places to walk or bike near you by downloading the NashVitality app, a mobile guide to a healthy, active and green lifestyle in Nashville.

Music City Bikeway: music city bikewayThe Music City Bikeway (MCB) is a continuous bicycle route linking Percy Warner Park in western Nashville-Davidson County to Percy Priest Dam in eastern Nashville-Davidson County. The route utilizes a combination of greenway trails, bike lanes, park roads, and signed-shared roads to create bicycle connections between major parks, densely populated neighborhood areas, and downtown Nashville. The entire route measures approximately 26 miles, and is designated by special Music City Bikeway signs to direct users. To download the map, visit Music City Bikeway.

Nashville Groove Cycling Map:nashville grooveThe Nashville Groove is an innovative map of easy-riding routes across Nashville that interconnects neighborhoods and highlights comfortable cycling for all level riders. The Groove makes it possible for cyclists of all skill levels to comfortably bike to and from parks, schools, workplaces, attractions and business districts.

moving in harmonyMoving in Harmony Share the Road campaign

The city of Nashville is committed to the improvement of pedestrian and cyclist safety through improved infrastructure and continuing education of all users of the road. Nashville's Moving in Harmony campaign aims to increase awareness about rules of the road for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.

Bike-Share Programs

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This is the city’s new, fee-based bike-share program that is designed to offer a low-cost, convenient and healthy transportation option for short trips within the urban core. Nashville B-cycle includes 190 bikes at 20 automated kiosks within a three-mile radius of downtown.

Nashville Green Bikes

Nashville GreenBikes is a system of free, cruiser-style bikes available at Metro Parks Community Centers and Greenways for exercise or leisure that give residents and visitors a healthy way to experience Nashville. Riders can enjoy Nashville's urban core as well as our extensive system of GreenWays, bike lanes and parks.