From 2024 to 2027, the City plans to install new bikeways, sidewalks and safety improvements between Bathurst Street and Keele Street in North York from 2024 to 2027.

Complete Streets consider the needs of all road users, such as people who walk, cycle, take transit or drive and people of varying ages and levels of ability. The projects propose bikeways, multi-use trails, sidewalks, and improvements to safety, traffic and transit, and accessibility.

When complete, these improvements will allow people to travel safely to well-used community destinations like the Finch Hydro Corridor Trail, DUKE Heights business area, Earl Bales Park, Downsview Park, York University, and local schools, libraries and community centres.

Visit project-specific pages to learn more about each proposal and how you can get involved.

Bathurst Complete Street

As part of scheduled road resurfacing, off-road cycle tracks and multi-use trails are proposed to be installed on both sides of the street between Bainbridge Avenue and Steeles Avenue beginning in 2025.

Champagne-Alness Road Safety Improvements

Cycle tracks and new sidewalks will be installed between Chesswood Drive and the Finch Hydro Corridor in 2024, along with upgrades to TTC bus stops.

Steeprock-Bathurst Manor Cycling Connections

Cycle tracks are proposed to be installed on Steeprock Drive, bike lanes on Whitehorse Road and Rimrock Road, and on-street shared cycling routes through the Bathurst Manor neighbourhood in 2024-2025.