Members of General Committee endorsed the 2018 Cycling Master Plan which will improve cycling safety, the cycling network, foster a culture of cycling and increase the number of cycling trips in our city. Through the 2019 Budget process, approval for $5.3M in annual funding will be requested to fund the proposed Cycling Master Plan. The cycling network laid out in the Cycling Master Plan will result in 897 kilometres of infrastructure to be built over 27 years which includes cycle tracks where a bicycle is physically separated from the road, bicycle lanes separated from traffic lanes and multi-use trails along boulevards.

For more information, visit 2018 Cycling Master Plan