Maps elsewhere: Peel's biking/walking map
The (Peel) municipalities provided the map data - the GIS and web folks collaborated with the urban planners. What you have here are all known trails, bike lanes, and paths in Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon. And similar to using Google Maps, the user interface is the same regardless of which municipality you search an address for. This is not like most cycling maps (with the exception of Google’s upcoming efforts) where if you do a search in another city, it’s a totally different user interface, or the results are different.Peel's planners are looking for feedback - feel free to leave some here.
You can enter an address, and out comes all the trails, bike lanes in the area. You can also select some of the named-trails (i.e. Waterfront Trail, Caledon Trailway, etc.) and the maps will show you where the trail is. Hover your mouse over the trail lines, and you’ll receive info about the trail. Hover your mouse over the trail-types in the legend and a description of that that trail-type is displayed.
There are advance features in the Advance section where you can plot/draw your route, and it will calculate your distance. There’s also a calculator to estimate how long it might take to cycle that route you drew.