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City of Toronto seeks input to build Cycling Network Plan

The City of Toronto’s Transportation Services division is in the process of developing a new 10-year plan for Toronto’s Cycling Network. Toronto residents and businesses are being asked to provide their input by commenting on the draft Cycling Network Plan map.

A technical analysis has been undertaken to design the draft map which shows how Toronto’s cycling network could be expanded and improved. More than 10,500 individuals from across the city completed the phase one survey and 3,600 individuals used the City’s smart phone app to submit data from over 59,000 cycling trips. Input received from phase one consultations has been used to inform the draft map that is now being circulated as part of the second phase of consultations.


The phase two online consultation is now underway, and will be available until July 31.

Please click here to participate in the online consultation


Information from each phase will assist staff in developing a report to City Council on the proposed Cycling Network projects to be implemented over the next 10 years.


More information about the project is available at on the City Website here.

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