Bikeway Network

The City has a network of designated cycling routes for cycling to neighbourhoods and destinations across the City.  The cycling network includes many types of infrastructure, such as Cycle Tracks, bicycle lanes, shared roadway routes and multi-use pathways.  Toronto's cycling routes are for both commuter and recreational cycling.

The City of Toronto is developing a new 10-year plan for growing, connecting and renewing Toronto's cycling network.  Help us plan where in the city we should invest in cycle tracks, bike lanes, shared roadway routes and trails.

The City has undertaken analysis to identify the proposed new routes. Learn more about the safety, coverage, connectivity and cycling analysis in the "Studying Toronto" section of our project website.


Public Consultation is also an important part of developing the Network Plan. Thank you to the 3,600+ individuals who have been sending us data using the Toronto Cycling App and the 10,500+ individuals who completed our Phase 1 Survey.

Bikeway Network


Toronto Cycling Map

The Toronto Cycling Map is a great resource for planning your route to work, school, shopping, or simply to explore.


State of Good Repair

The goal of the Transportation Services division is to keep the roads in a state of good repair at a minimal cost to the taxpayer


Bikeway Network Status

The City of Toronto is expanding its Network of Cycle Tracks, bicycle lanes, sharrows, and off-road trails. Track the status of projects here, from the approval stages to installation.

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Cycle Tracks

Cycle Tracks which encourage a separation between the cyclists motor vehicle traffic can help improve conditions for cycling.


Multi-Use Trails

A number of significant new Trail Projects will help connect and expand Toronto's Bikeway Network.

Toronto Multi-Use Trail Design Guidelines

The City of Toronto Multi-Use Trail Design GuidelinesToronto Multi-Use Trail Design Guidelines were developed by Toronto Transportation Services and Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation. Many stakeholders have been consulted and a broad literature review was conducted to ensure that this document will be a useful and practical resource.  It includes ahead-of-the-curve guidance for trail planners, designers and operators in Toronto and elsewhere.