All Ages and Abilities Cycling Network

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The two-way protected bike lanes on Pandora Avenue.  An elderly man riding in one direction, a queue of cyclists waiting for the bike signal in the opposite direction. The Johnson Street Bridge is in the background.

Planning is underway for the next phase of the City's cycling network. Public consultation is now closed for the next phase of projects. Thank you to all who participated in both phases of public input.

If you'd like to reference the material presented during consultation, see the 'Archived Videos' and 'Additional Documents & Resources' sections on this page.

Next Steps

Staff will continue to met with agency partners and conduct technical design reviews of each of the designs. Recommended designs will be presented to Council for consideration in early 2021.

Designs are also available in PDF format in the 'Design Drawings - Current Projects' folder on this page.


About the Network
The City is building a network of All Ages and Abilities (AAA) cycling infrastructure to improve road safety and connect the downtown core with schools, parks, community centres, neighbourhoods, and other key destinations. The Cycling Network plan was adopted in 2016 and the City is aiming to complete all phases by 2022. Stay connected to network progress and opportunities to provide input here!

Planning is underway for the next phase of the City's cycling network. Public consultation is now closed for the next phase of projects. Thank you to all who participated in both phases of public input.

If you'd like to reference the material presented during consultation, see the 'Archived Videos' and 'Additional Documents & Resources' sections on this page.

Next Steps

Staff will continue to met with agency partners and conduct technical design reviews of each of the designs. Recommended designs will be presented to Council for consideration in early 2021.

Designs are also available in PDF format in the 'Design Drawings - Current Projects' folder on this page.


About the Network
The City is building a network of All Ages and Abilities (AAA) cycling infrastructure to improve road safety and connect the downtown core with schools, parks, community centres, neighbourhoods, and other key destinations. The Cycling Network plan was adopted in 2016 and the City is aiming to complete all phases by 2022. Stay connected to network progress and opportunities to provide input here!

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Welcome to the second phase of public input for a new cycling route in the Jubilee neighbourhood.

    This activity is like a virtual open house but from the comfort of your favourite chair.

    We recommend that you set aside at least 30 minutes to participate in this phase of public input - much like you would take the time to attend an in-person event.

    To get started, watch the virtual corridor tour (video below). Once you've seen the full-length designs, complete the short survey.

    Then proceed to the Jubilee Route Map tool to provide detailed feedback on the design -

    Welcome to the second phase of public input for a new cycling route in the Jubilee neighbourhood.

    This activity is like a virtual open house but from the comfort of your favourite chair.

    We recommend that you set aside at least 30 minutes to participate in this phase of public input - much like you would take the time to attend an in-person event.

    To get started, watch the virtual corridor tour (video below). Once you've seen the full-length designs, complete the short survey.

    Then proceed to the Jubilee Route Map tool to provide detailed feedback on the design - much like you would share your comments with staff at a walking tour or open house event.

    The corridor designs are available in PDF format in the documents section of the project page and are also linked below.

    Fort Street Corridor Design
    Fort-Leighton Corridor Design
    Oak Bay Avenue Corridor Design



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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Welcome to the second phase of public input for a the Oaklands Connector cycling corridor.

    This activity is like a virtual open house but from the comfort of your favourite chair.

    We recommend that you set aside at least 30 minutes to participate in this phase of public input - much like you would take the time to attend an in-person event.

    To get started, watch the virtual corridor tour (video below). Once you've seen the full-length designs, complete the short survey.

    Then proceed to the Oaklands Route Map tool to provide detailed feedback on the design - much like

    Welcome to the second phase of public input for a the Oaklands Connector cycling corridor.

    This activity is like a virtual open house but from the comfort of your favourite chair.

    We recommend that you set aside at least 30 minutes to participate in this phase of public input - much like you would take the time to attend an in-person event.

    To get started, watch the virtual corridor tour (video below). Once you've seen the full-length designs, complete the short survey.

    Then proceed to the Oaklands Route Map tool to provide detailed feedback on the design - much like you would share your comments with staff at a walking tour or open house event. You can also ask questions in the Q&A forum which will be answered by project staff.

    The corridor designs are available in PDF format in the documents section of the project page and are also linked below.

    Oaklands Connector Corridor Design


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    Thank you for taking the time to complete this voluntary survey. Please do not provide your name, address or any other personal information that identifies yourself or other individuals. Personal information that is submitted will be treated as though the City has received your consent to disclose it to the Mayor and Council, appropriate staff and the public. If you require further information about this survey, please contact engage@victoria.ca. All survey responses will become part of a public package presented to Council as part of engagement findings for these projects, will be part of the public record and searchable online. 

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Welcome to the second phase of public input for a the Fernwood Connector cycling corridor.

    This activity is like a virtual open house but from the comfort of your favourite chair.

    We recommend that you set aside at least 30 minutes to participate in this phase of public input - much like you would take the time to attend an in-person event.

    To get started, watch the virtual corridor tour (video below). Once you've seen the full-length designs, complete the short survey.

    Then proceed to the Fernwood Route Map tool to provide detailed feedback on the design - much like

    Welcome to the second phase of public input for a the Fernwood Connector cycling corridor.

    This activity is like a virtual open house but from the comfort of your favourite chair.

    We recommend that you set aside at least 30 minutes to participate in this phase of public input - much like you would take the time to attend an in-person event.

    To get started, watch the virtual corridor tour (video below). Once you've seen the full-length designs, complete the short survey.

    Then proceed to the Fernwood Route Map tool to provide detailed feedback on the design - much like you would share your comments with staff at a walking tour or open house event. You can also ask questions, which will be answered by staff, in the Q&A forum.

    The corridor designs are available in PDF format in the documents section of the project page and are also linked below.

    Fernwood Connector Corridor Design


    Privacy statement
    Thank you for taking the time to complete this voluntary survey. Please do not provide your name, address or any other personal information that identifies yourself or other individuals. Personal information that is submitted will be treated as though the City has received your consent to disclose it to the Mayor and Council, appropriate staff and the public. If you require further information about this survey, please contact engage@victoria.ca. All survey responses will become part of a public package presented to Council as part of engagement findings for these projects, will be part of the public record and searchable online. 

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Welcome to the second phase of public input for a the Fort Street Central cycling corridor.

    This activity is like a virtual open house but from the comfort of your favourite chair.

    We recommend that you set aside at least 30 minutes to participate in this phase of public input - much like you would take the time to attend an in-person event.

    To get started, watch the virtual corridor tour (video below). Once you've seen the full-length designs, complete the short survey.

    Then proceed to the Fort Street Central Route Map tool to provide detailed feedback on the design

    Welcome to the second phase of public input for a the Fort Street Central cycling corridor.

    This activity is like a virtual open house but from the comfort of your favourite chair.

    We recommend that you set aside at least 30 minutes to participate in this phase of public input - much like you would take the time to attend an in-person event.

    To get started, watch the virtual corridor tour (video below). Once you've seen the full-length designs, complete the short survey.

    Then proceed to the Fort Street Central Route Map tool to provide detailed feedback on the design - much like you would share your comments with staff at a walking tour or open house event. You can also ask questions, which will be answered by staff, in the Q&A forum.

    The corridor designs are available in PDF format in the documents section of the project page and are also linked below.

    Fort Street Central Corridor Design


    Privacy statement
    Thank you for taking the time to complete this voluntary survey. Please do not provide your name, address or any other personal information that identifies yourself or other individuals. Personal information that is submitted will be treated as though the City has received your consent to disclose it to the Mayor and Council, appropriate staff and the public. If you require further information about this survey, please contact engage@victoria.ca. All survey responses will become part of a public package presented to Council as part of engagement findings for these projects, will be part of the public record and searchable online. 

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  • CLOSED: This preliminary survey has concluded. On October 19th, full-length designs will be available for further comments and feedback.

    The City is seeking your input on planned road safety investments on the Oaklands Connector corridor as part of the City's All Ages and Abilities cycling network.

    The purpose of this survey is to collect preliminary input and insights that will inform full-length corridor designs that will be shared with the public later this fall.

    To get started, watch the short introductory video below.

    As you proceed to the survey questions, you may also want to open the 'Oaklands corridor information' document, it may be a helpful reminder as you answer the questions. Is it also available in

    The City is seeking your input on planned road safety investments on the Oaklands Connector corridor as part of the City's All Ages and Abilities cycling network.

    The purpose of this survey is to collect preliminary input and insights that will inform full-length corridor designs that will be shared with the public later this fall.

    To get started, watch the short introductory video below.

    As you proceed to the survey questions, you may also want to open the 'Oaklands corridor information' document, it may be a helpful reminder as you answer the questions. Is it also available in the 'Documents' section the project page.

    Thank you for taking the time to provide input on these road safety improvements!



    Privacy statement
    Thank you for taking the time to complete this voluntary survey. Please do not provide your name, address or any other personal information that identifies yourself or other individuals. Personal information that is submitted will be treated as though the City has received your consent to disclose it to the Mayor and Council, appropriate staff and the public. If you require further information about this survey, please contact engage@victoria.ca. All survey responses will become part of a public package presented to Council as part of engagement findings for these projects, will be part of the public record and searchable online.

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  • CLOSED: This preliminary survey has concluded. On October 19th, full-length designs will be available for further comments and feedback.

    The City is seeking your input on planned road safety investments on the Fernwood Connector corridor as part of the City's All Ages and Abilities cycling network.

    The purpose of this survey is to collect preliminary input and insights that will inform full-length corridor designs that will be shared with the public later this fall.

    To get started, watch the short introductory video below.

    As you proceed to the survey questions, you may also want to open the 'Fernwood corridor information' document, it may be a helpful reminder as you answer the questions. Is it also available in

    The City is seeking your input on planned road safety investments on the Fernwood Connector corridor as part of the City's All Ages and Abilities cycling network.

    The purpose of this survey is to collect preliminary input and insights that will inform full-length corridor designs that will be shared with the public later this fall.

    To get started, watch the short introductory video below.

    As you proceed to the survey questions, you may also want to open the 'Fernwood corridor information' document, it may be a helpful reminder as you answer the questions. Is it also available in the 'Documents' section of the project page.

    Thank you for taking the time to provide input on these road safety improvements!



    Privacy statement
    Thank you for taking the time to complete this voluntary survey. Please do not provide your name, address or any other personal information that identifies yourself or other individuals. Personal information that is submitted will be treated as though the City has received your consent to disclose it to the Mayor and Council, appropriate staff and the public. If you require further information about this survey, please contact engage@victoria.ca. All survey responses will become part of a public package presented to Council as part of engagement findings for these projects, will be part of the public record and searchable online.

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  • CLOSED: This preliminary survey has concluded. On October 19th, full-length designs will be available for further comments and feedback.

    The City is seeking your input on planned road safety investments on the Fort Street Central corridor as part of the City's All Ages and Abilities cycling network.

    The purpose of this survey is to collect preliminary input and insights that will inform full-length corridor designs that will be shared with the public later this fall.

    To get started, watch the short introductory video below.

    As you proceed to the survey questions, you may also want to open the 'Fort Central corridor information' document, it may be a helpful reminder as you answer the questions. Is it also

    The City is seeking your input on planned road safety investments on the Fort Street Central corridor as part of the City's All Ages and Abilities cycling network.

    The purpose of this survey is to collect preliminary input and insights that will inform full-length corridor designs that will be shared with the public later this fall.

    To get started, watch the short introductory video below.

    As you proceed to the survey questions, you may also want to open the 'Fort Central corridor information' document, it may be a helpful reminder as you answer the questions. Is it also available in the 'Documents' section of the project page.

    Thank you for taking the time to provide input on these road safety improvements!



    Privacy statement
    Thank you for taking the time to complete this voluntary survey. Please do not provide your name, address or any other personal information that identifies yourself or other individuals. Personal information that is submitted will be treated as though the City has received your consent to disclose it to the Mayor and Council, appropriate staff and the public. If you require further information about this survey, please contact engage@victoria.ca. All survey responses will become part of a public package presented to Council as part of engagement findings for these projects, will be part of the public record and searchable online.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded. See the Phase 2 survey to see full-length designs and provide detailed feedback.

    The City is seeking your input on AAA cycling route options in the Jubilee neighbourhood.

    Three route options are being considered and one route will be selected for priority investment as part of the City's All Ages and Abilities cycling network. The purpose of this survey is to collect early input on route preference and insights that will inform full-length corridor designs that will be shared with the public later this fall.

    To get started, watch the introductory video below.

    As you proceed to the survey questions, you may also want to open the 'Jubilee corridor information' document

    The City is seeking your input on AAA cycling route options in the Jubilee neighbourhood.

    Three route options are being considered and one route will be selected for priority investment as part of the City's All Ages and Abilities cycling network. The purpose of this survey is to collect early input on route preference and insights that will inform full-length corridor designs that will be shared with the public later this fall.

    To get started, watch the introductory video below.

    As you proceed to the survey questions, you may also want to open the 'Jubilee corridor information' document, it may be a helpful reminder as you answer the questions. Is it also available in the 'Documents' section of the project page.

    Thank you for taking the time to provide input on these road safety improvements!




    Privacy statement
    Thank you for taking the time to complete this voluntary survey. Please do not provide your name, address or any other personal information that identifies yourself or other individuals. Personal information that is submitted will be treated as though the City has received your consent to disclose it to the Mayor and Council, appropriate staff and the public. If you require further information about this survey, please contact engage@victoria.ca. All survey responses will become part of a public package presented to Council as part of engagement findings for these projects, will be part of the public record and searchable online.

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