The City of Toronto is advancing several Complete Street and multi-use trail feasibility studies intended to inform future planned works.

Feasibility studies represent one of the first steps in the development of capital projects by defining the project purpose and objectives, conducting preliminary design and other analyses to determine the potential viability of the project, and identifying the benefits and costs associated with the project. These studies help identify the most promising candidate projects for further advancement in the project development process.

Technical work in feasibility studies focuses on understanding safety and mobility challenges and opportunities along the corridors, documenting existing conditions, and developing conceptual design options. Some feasibility studies include preliminary key stakeholder engagement. All projects that advance beyond the feasibility stage will include comprehensive public consultation strategies to confirm preferred concepts and inform detailed design and implementation.

Ongoing major Complete Street and multi-use trail feasibility studies are listed below. When these projects advance to public consultation, event details will be shared on the Cycling & Pedestrian Projects Public Consultation webpage.

Warden Hydro Corridor / Warden Avenue

Learn about the plans for the Warden Hydro Corridor and Warden Avenue.

Victoria Park Avenue

Explore options for Victoria Park Avenue.

Finch Corridor Trail Gap

Learn about plans for the Finch Corridor Trail Gap.

Etobicoke Hydro Corridor

Learn about the plans for the Etobicoke Hydro Corridor.