Transportation

Cycling

Cycling Infrastructure and programs can help improve conditions for cycling, and encourage people to ride more. In the City of Toronto there's a variety of different bikeway types, and cycling programs, to help make your ride better. Bicycle lanes, cycle tracks, multi-use paths, sharrow marked routes and signed shared roadways are all part of the network.

 

The City of Toronto is currently developing it's Cycling Network Plan for the next 10 years. Learn more

Toronto Cycling Maps

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Toronto Cycling Maps

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

Cycling Topics

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Bikeway Network

The City is developing a Bikeway Network that will link cyclists with neighbourhoods and destinations across the city.

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Events

The City partners with various organizations on events such as Bike Month and the Bicycle Friendly Business Awards

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Cycling in Toronto

Aside from building bikeways, the City has a number of programs to facilitate and encourage cycling

Cycling Resources

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Cycling and Transit

Bicycles are allowed on TTC vehicles during weekday non-peak hours, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and 7:00 p.m. to 6:30 a.m., and anytime on Saturday and Sunday at the discretion of vehicle operators.

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Bicycle Parking

View the City of Toronto's comprehensive bicycle parking programs which are intended to provide public bicycle parking facilities at destinations that are regularly frequented by cyclists.