You can drive your NEV on any road with a speed limit of 35 MPH or less. It helps to plan your trip ahead of time, so that you know where you can legally travel. In the absence of a dedicated NEV lane, we prefer to drive on residential streets whenever possible. The speed limit is lower, and you can easily keep up with any traffic that may be present. The interactive map below shows NEV routes, as well as charging and parking locations throughout the city.
For an even better version of the map above, view the Lincoln NEV Map directly on Google's site. From there, you'll have full control over the map, and can read more details about the recommended routes. You can view a standard street map of Lincoln, or turn on "Hybrid" mode to get a satellite view. Google Maps is frequently updated, and will generally give you good information except in brand new construction areas.
This speed survey map of the city will give you color-coded route information. NEVs can travel on any red, orange, or yellow roads. There are a few inaccuracies. Notably, Nicolaus Road east of Joiner Parkway is actually 35 MPH, not 40 MPH. This segment of Nicolaus allows access to and from West Lincoln communities like Teal Hollow.
The City's published NEV Transportation Plan includes a large city map with current and proposed NEV lanes and routes. Official NEV lanes are already found on some roads, and are on the way for others.