No matter how you travel through the city, you should feel safe. Bikeways on Bloor have boosted active transportation use, increased economic activity at local businesses, and make streets safer for all. Connected cycling infrastructure is an important part of meeting our city’s climate targets.
What We've Done
- Expanded Bike Lanes on Bloor St W to Runnymede Rd, enhancing cycling infrastructure and safety for all road users.
- Introduced improved cycling connections at the King / Queen / Queensway / Roncesvalles intersection as part of state of good repair work
Our Work Ahead
- As part of the 2022-2024 Bike Plan, we’re moving forward to extend the bikeway to Royal York Rd in 2023, and from there to Six Points in 2024.
- Completing the Bloor Bikeway connection between Dundas St W & Lansdowne Ave after ongoing construction
- Studying residential bikeways on residential streets in Roncesvalles Village
- Studying bikeways near Jane St & Dundas St W as part of the Scarlett Road Bridge project
- Renewing cycle tracks on Annette Street, Humbercrest Blvd, & Old Mill Dr