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How to use the cycling map
The Toronto Cycling Map shows marked bicycle lanes, signed bicycle routes and pathways. It also shows suggested routes and connections in areas where routes have not yet been designated as part of the Bikeway Network. These suggested routes and connections, which were identified by experienced Toronto cyclists and the Toronto Cycling Committee, may not be ideal for cycling, but may be a necessary link between cycling routes or pathways.
This map is not intended as a guide for children. Be prepared to make your own evaluation of traffic and road conditions, and plan routes appropriate to your riding skills and comfort level. Users of the Toronto Cycling Map bear full responsibility for their own safety.
Users of this map bear full responsibility for their own safety.
The Toronto Cycling Map has been developed to assist in planning bicycle trips throughout the City. It shows bike lanes, signed bicycle routes and pathways, as well as some suggested routes and connections in areas where routes have not yet been designated as part of the Bikeway Network. The suggested routes and connections have been identified in consultation with experienced Toronto cyclists and the Toronto Cycling Advisory Committee.
The designation of a street on the map as a bicycle lane, route or pathway does not necessarily guarantee any minimum lane width. Cyclists must use these streets with the same caution they would use when riding on similar streets that have not been so designated. All routes should be evaluated by each individual cyclist based on their level of experience, comfort level in cycling in traffic, weather conditions, time of day, and any road obstacles, whether temporary or permanent, such as construction or potholes. This map is not intended as a guide for children. The City is not responsible for any unforeseeable offences committed by third parties, which may cause a hazard to cyclists.
Thank you for choosing to ride a bicycle!