Cycle tracks are dedicated cycling lanes that include physical separation between the cyclist and the adjacent traffic lanes. A bi-directional cycle track accommodates two-way cycling traffic within the same cycle facility
Transportation Services completed the design for the Lake Shore Boulevard West cycle track in collaboration with Traffic Operations, the Toronto Transit Commission, and other divisions to ensure the cycle track meets the needs of all road users.
From Friday October 12 to Sunday October 14 the concrete barriers from First St to Norris Crescent along Lake Shore Boulevard West will be painted in coordination with StreetARToronto.
Please see the Traffic Lane Closure Notice for more detailed information.
Cyclists traveling east bound during construction will be accommodated in the closed, east bound traffic lane on Lake Shore Boulevard West. West bound cyclists will have to travel in the shared west bound lane on Lake Shore Boulevard West. Cyclists will be able to cross at signalized intersections at First Street, Royal York Road, Myles Road / Symons Street.
Below are some of the designs that will be featured: