About Bikeways & Trails
DuPage County has been an active partner in planning, managing, and expanding bicycle/pedestrian improvements for over fifty years. These efforts include constructing new trails, increasing access to and from transit, interagency project coordination,
and promoting non-motorized transportation as a viable way to get around.
The County collaborates with various public agencies and residents to plan and construct crucial trail connections. We create partnerships to fill missing gaps in the regional trail system, plan new regional networks, and connect people to their favorite
Navigating the Trails
Planning a trip? Looking for parking? Need a restroom? Try the DuPage Trails app! The Trails app is a web-based mapping application that provides users
with critical information about the County's regional trail system. The app is compatible with personal computers and mobile devices, and features a user-friendly interface that makes it easy to use for everyone. Click here to learn more. Or, try the Trails app yourself!
DuPage County trails provide a pleasant environment for walking, running, biking, and equestrians that are used by hundreds of thousands of people annually. Users should take some small steps to make their visits to DuPage County's trails as safe and enjoyable as possible. Please click on the links below for some tips and additional information.
To prevent theft, unattended bicycles should be locked securely to fixed objects. All Metra stations and most shopping districts in DuPage have bicycle racks. You should always use the best, most secure lock you can afford and take extra time to
secure it, at a minimum, through the frame of your bicycle.