All Ages and Abilities Cycling Network

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Two people bicycle on the Harbour Road bicycle lanes.

Welcome to the final round of engagement for cycling route design in James Bay. Please watch the updated corridor video, download and review the revised designs, and provide your feedback by completing our new survey by June 11th, 2021.

You can also register for a virtual Q&A session or share your thoughts in writing via email or mail. The City is seeking final public and stakeholder input on designs and route options only.

Following the close of the survey, staff will review the feedback, update the designs, and report to Council with recommendations this summer, with a goal to initiate construction in 2022.

The first round of engagement saw over 600 respondents provide feedback on initial designs and route options from February 5 to March 28th. Thank you for your interest!

About the Network

The City is building a 32km network of All Ages and Abilities (AAA) cycling infrastructure to improve road safety and provide affordable transportation options for residents. Our goal is to provide safe, comfortable connections for people who want to ride more often or who are concerned about safety to access schools, parks, community centres, regional trails, and destinations throughout our community. The Cycling Network plan was adopted in 2016.


Welcome to the final round of engagement for cycling route design in James Bay. Please watch the updated corridor video, download and review the revised designs, and provide your feedback by completing our new survey by June 11th, 2021.

You can also register for a virtual Q&A session or share your thoughts in writing via email or mail. The City is seeking final public and stakeholder input on designs and route options only.

Following the close of the survey, staff will review the feedback, update the designs, and report to Council with recommendations this summer, with a goal to initiate construction in 2022.

The first round of engagement saw over 600 respondents provide feedback on initial designs and route options from February 5 to March 28th. Thank you for your interest!

About the Network

The City is building a 32km network of All Ages and Abilities (AAA) cycling infrastructure to improve road safety and provide affordable transportation options for residents. Our goal is to provide safe, comfortable connections for people who want to ride more often or who are concerned about safety to access schools, parks, community centres, regional trails, and destinations throughout our community. The Cycling Network plan was adopted in 2016.


  • Please review the new video and detailed revised designs before completing the survey for this final round of engagement. The survey will be live until 11:59pm on June 11th, 2021. Thank you for your feedback!


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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City has completed the first phase of consultation in James Bay. The next step will include gathering more feedback on refined designs and inviting the community to weigh in on route preferences before final recommendations are brought forward to Council.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City has completed consultation on Jubilee route options. Recommendations will be presented to Council for consideration in Spring 2021.
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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City has completed consultation on the Fernwood Connector. Design recommendations will be presented to Council for consideration in Spring 2021.
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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City has completed consultation on the Oaklands Connector. Design recommendations will be presented to Council for consideration in Spring 2021.
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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City has completed consultation on the Fort Street Central corridor. Design recommendations will be presented to Council for consideration in Spring 2021.
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  • CLOSED: This preliminary survey has concluded. On October 19th, full-length designs will be available for further comments and feedback.

    Preliminary consultation on the Oaklands Connector corridor is now closed. Stay tuned for upcoming opportunities to provide feedback on full-length design concepts.
    Thank you for participating.

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

    Preliminary consultation on the Fernwood Connector corridor is now closed. Stay tuned for upcoming opportunities to provide feedback on full-length design concepts.
    Thank you for participating.

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

    Preliminary consultation on the Fort Street Central corridor is now closed. Stay tuned for upcoming opportunities to provide feedback on full-length design concepts.
    Thank you for participating.

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

    Preliminary consultation on the Jubilee route options is now closed. Stay tuned for upcoming opportunities to provide feedback on full-length design concepts.
    Thank you for participating.

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