Multi-Use Trails

Bikeway Trails Implementation Plan

Read the Bikeway Trails Implementation Plan adopted by City Council on June 6, 2012.
Learn more about the Trails approved in this document by clicking the links from the list below to view maps of proposed projects and web pages of active projects.

Maps of Rail and Hydro Corridor Trails, approved in the Trails Plan

West Toronto Railpath Phase 2 (south section)
West Toronto Railpath Phase 2 (north section)
Etobicoke Creek Hydro Corridor (Namco Rd. to Humber)
G Ross Lord connection to Earl Bales Park
Warden Hydro Corridor
Gatineau Hydro Corridor:  Victoria Park to Bermondsey
Scarborough Hydro Corridor Kenndy TTC station to Warden Woods/Lower Don Trail connection
Finch Hydro Corridor Trail (Yonge – Don Trail)
Finch Hydro Corridor Trail ( Don Trail – Birchmount)
Finch Hydro Corridor East Connection + Scarborough Rail Trail connection
CN Leaside (north connection)
CN Leaside (south connection)

Maps of Ravine and Waterfront Trails, approved in the Trails Plan

East Don Trail
Lower Highland Creek (Gatineau Hydro Corridor Trail to Highland Creek Trail)
Etobicoke Creek North (Centennial Park to Eglinton Ave. and Mississauga Etobicoke Creek Trail Network.
Mid Humber Gap
Scarborough Waterfront (shoreline) (Bluffers Park to Morningside)
Scarborough Waterfront Trail – East Point Park / Copperfield Road
Clairville Extension (Humber Trail)
Chorley Park Trail
Duncan Creek Connection

Right-of-way / Boulevard Trails, approved in the Trails Plan

Black Creek Dr.
Humber Valley – East arm to Finch Hydro Corridor Trail
Gatineau Hydro Corridor Connection – Ellesmere/Military Trail to Conlins Rd.
Allen Rd Greenway (Hwy 401-Eglinton Ave. West)
Eglinton Avenue West Trail – West Extension
Eglinton Avenue West Trail – East Extension

Trail Projects Led by Waterfront Toronto, or the TRCA

Waterfront West (shoreline) – Mimico West Linear Park Phase 2
Waterfront East (shoreline) – Port Union
Etobicoke Creek South (Thames to Queensway)
Queens Quay Revitalization
Mimico Creek Trail


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