Enhanced Summer Bike Route Program

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Sunday/Holiday Bike Routes

Visit the seasonal bike routes webpage for the most up to date information.

The 2022 program featured a speed limit of 30 km/hour on all routes from May through October. All but one route also had additional measures on weekends and in summer months. These included things like additional signage, barricades directing drivers off-route at key locations, and/or turn restrictions.


Visit the seasonal bike routes webpage for the most up to date information.

The 2022 program featured a speed limit of 30 km/hour on all routes from May through October. All but one route also had additional measures on weekends and in summer months. These included things like additional signage, barricades directing drivers off-route at key locations, and/or turn restrictions.


  • November 2020 – Public Engagement results

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    The public engagement summary is now available and provides an overview of the feedback collected for the project. Please visit the Document Library to view the public engagement summary. Findings of this report will be presented at a meeting of the Standing Policy Committee on November 10, 2020. Public Works will consider the findings of this report when making recommendations to SPC-IRPW on the future of the Open Streets. To appear as a delegation, please contact the City Clerk’s office.

  • September 2020 - Survey closed

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    Thank you to everyone who has taken time to provide feedback. We heard from a wide range of citizens; receiving 5,375 online surveys. City Council approved the use of Open Streets until September 7, 2020, and directed the Public Service to engage the community regarding the potential future implementation of Open Streets and report back on the collected data and public input at the November 3, 2020 meeting of the Standing Policy Committee on Infrastructure Renewal and Public Works.


  • August 2020 – Have your say

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    The City recognizes that these routes are not experienced the same way by all users. We are interested in hearing from residents that live along Open Streets, residents that live on adjacent streets, and those who use the routes to better understand their experience.

    Complete the survey before September 7.


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