The City wants to hear from you to help us make recommendations on which bikeways to build, upgrade and study in 2025 to 2027.
Review the information materials explaining why the City encourages cycling, what are the different kinds of bikeways, how we prioritize new projects, and other details.
For more information and past materials see the Cycling Network Plan page.
Tell us about yourself, your perspectives, and share your advice on improving the cycling network. Survey ends December 10.
Add your suggestions and insights using the interactive map of candidate bikeways. Comment period ends December 10.
|Event||Date & Time||Details|
|Public Online Meeting||December 6
6 to 8 p.m.
|Register in Advance|
Transportation Services staff will present on the process used in deciding cycling network priorities for 2025-2027. Staff will answer questions and invite feedback through interactive tools and discussion.
If possible, please join the Webex Webinar virtual meeting from a laptop or desktop computer so you can see presented slides on a larger screen. Participants will also be invited to share information using text forms and opinion polls.
Participants may request to speak during portions of the virtual meeting, but not all requests can be accommodated due to time constraints.
Staff will be hosting information tables and with display materials at four locations (one in each district) this fall. Drop-in anytime during the listed hours to ask questions, discuss and share your opinions. The same information materials will be provided at each event, as presented on this web page.
|District||Location||Date & time|
|Etobicoke||Humber Summit Library
2990 Islington Ave.
|Thursday, November 23
3:30 to 7:30 p.m.
|Toronto and East York||Parkdale Library – CANCELLED*||Monday, November 27 – CANCELLED*|
|North York||Victoria Village Library
184 Sloane Ave.
|Tuesday, November 28
5 to 7:30 p.m.
155 Bonis Ave.
|Friday, December 1
3:30 to 7:30 p.m.
*November 27 Drop-in Event Cancelled
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Parkdale Library public drop-in event scheduled for Monday, November 27, has been cancelled. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.
Staff hosted several online interactive workshops in early November to discuss the Cycling Network 2025-2027:
Slides presented included the same information materials as provided above on this page.
Summaries from these meetings will be included in the final public consultation report.
The City is also seeking public feedback on the use of micromobility. Micromobility describes small, compact, low-speed vehicles that are lighter weight than cars, which can include bicycles, cargo bikes/trikes, folding bikes, electric two, three, or four-wheeled cycles, urban mobility vehicles (i.e. small, one-person e-cars), e-mopeds, electric kick-scooters (e-scooters), and more.
Visit the Developing a Micromobility Strategy page to learn more and complete the survey about what new forms of mobility might be allowed in future on streets and/or in bike lanes .The survey will be open until December 13.
The City will be hosting virtual public meetings on November 20-21, 2023 to gather feedback to inform recommendations for revised Zoning By-law standards of bicycle parking. An online survey is also available to provide your input.
To learn more and get involved, please visit: toronto.ca/parkingreview
Sign up to receive updates and invitations for future opportunities and events to provide your input on the Cycling Network Plan 2025-2027.
While we aim to provide fully accessible content, there is no translation or text alternative available for some of the content on this page. If you require translation, alternate formats or need assistance understanding our maps, drawings or any other content, please contact us at 416-338-2830 or email BikePlan@toronto.ca.