The City is developing a 1,000 km Bikeway Network that will ultimately link cyclists with neighbourhoods and destinations across the city. The network will serve both commuter and recreational cycling. It will be comprised of connected bicycle lanes, shared roadway routes and multi-use pathways in parklands and hydro and rail corridors. When completed, all Toronto residents will be within a five-minute bicycle ride to the Bikeway Network.
- Upgrading Downtown Bikeways
Bicycle lanes which encourage a separation between the cyclists motor vehicle traffic can help improve conditions for cycling.
- Multi-Use Trail Projects
A number of significant new Trail Projects will help connect and expand Toronto's Bikeway Network.
- Bikeway Network state of good repair
Cycling Infrastructure and Programs staff inspected the existing bike lanes in the City to identify the need for repairs
- Bikeway design & way-finding signage
Three main types of bikeways are used in Toronto: bike lanes, shared roadways and off-road paths. Learn what these different bikeway designs mean for cyclists and motorists, and how the Bikeway Network Route System helps cyclists navigate the city.
- Bikeway Network status
A key part of the Toronto Bike Plan is to build a comprehensive network of Bikeways. You can now track the status of Bikeway Network projects.
- Bikeway Network public consultations
Learn about past and present public consultations on bikeway network projects.