The City needs to hear from you!
The City of Toronto is currently drafting a new 10-year cycling network plan, and is seeking public input for phase 2 of the project. This phase proposes new routes and upgrades to existing infrastructure, and asks the public to support particular proposed routes, and suggest new ones by drawing markers on an interactive map. The consultation also includes several questions about design preferences, such as the level of separation for cycle tracks, and how bus stops are incorporated into cycling routes.
For more information on the existing network, see the current cycling map and descriptions of the various types of routes used throughout the City. TCAT’s Knowledge Centre also includes several backgrounders that discuss different types of infrastructure and their benefits.
The consultation tool is available online.