Cycling Network

Cycling Network Status

On June 9, 2016 City Council adopted a Ten Year Cycling Network Plan.  This plan will serve as a road map and workplan for the development of Toronto's cycling network.  

 

Cycling Network Implementation

On this page, you can track the status of projects here, from the approval stages to installation.

Status of the Cycling Network

(last updated June 11, 2016)

On-Street Cycling Infrastructure (lane kilometers)
Cycle Tracks 18.7
White bicycle lanes 216.8
Yellow 'contra-flow' bicycle lanes 7.5

Signed Routes with shared lane pavement markings ("sharrows")

 34.4
Signed routes (no pavement markings) 302
On-Street Total 579.4

Note: the City of Toronto also  has an additional 18.5km of sharrows which are installed on arterial roads.  Arterial Sharrows are not considered to be a Cycling Network facility type.

Multi-use Trails(centerline kilometers)

 Off road Trails, including Rail Trails, Hydro Corridor       

Trails, Boulevard Trails and Major parks Trails. 

 300*

 * Trails which are classified as part of the Cycling Network are typically two-ways, with a centerline.   If the "lane km" distance for each centerline kilometer is to be calculated, the approximate figure is therefore 600 km.

 

Recent Cycling Program Member Motions, Letters and Petitions

2016 

2015 

2014 

 Past Cycling Program Council Decisions (2010-2014)

 

 

 

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