On Street Cycling Infrastructure (Lane Kilometers)

As of May 30, 2018

Cycle tracks: 36 km

White bicycle lanes: 226 km

Yellow “contra-flow” bicycle lanes: 11 km

Signed routes with shared lane pavement markings (“sharrows”): 65 km

Signed routes (no pavement markings): 249 km

On-street total: 587 km

Multi-Use Trails (Centreline Kilometers)

As of May 30, 2018

Off road trails, including rail trails, hydro corridor trails, boulevard trails, and major parks trails: 330 km

Difference Between Lane Kilometers and Centreline Kilometers

Lane kilometers measures the cycling infrastructure on both sides of the road where applicable. Centreline measures the length of the road segment. Lane kilometers is used for the on-street network due to one way streets (such as the cycle tracks on Richmond Street and Adelaide Street) and routes with different infrastructure on both sides of the street (such as Shaw Street with a northbound contra-flow lane and southbound sharrows).

Multi-use trails which are classified as part of the Cycling Network are typically two-ways, with a centerline. If the “lane km” distance for each centreline kilometer is to be calculated,┬áthe total for multi-use trails would therefore be doubled.