All Ages and Abilities Cycling Network

Two people bicycle on the Harbour Road bicycle lanes.

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on cycling routes in James Bay!

The design consultation process closed on June 11th. Over 1300 respondents participated in our digital survey and provided input through our virtual mapping tool. An additional 250 people participated in virtual meetings and provided written submissions. We appreciate you taking the time to get involved.

Designs for cycling routes in James Bay were approved by Council in August 2021. You can find the engagement summary report under "additional documents and resources".

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.


Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on cycling routes in James Bay!

The design consultation process closed on June 11th. Over 1300 respondents participated in our digital survey and provided input through our virtual mapping tool. An additional 250 people participated in virtual meetings and provided written submissions. We appreciate you taking the time to get involved.

Designs for cycling routes in James Bay were approved by Council in August 2021. You can find the engagement summary report under "additional documents and resources".

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.


James Bay Route Map

7 months

Please share your feedback on the full-length corridor designs for new cycling routes in the James Bay neighbourhood.

Use the available pins (click 'Add Pin (+)' button), select a pin and drag it onto the map) to provide feedback on design elements you like and add pins to identify locations where you'd like to see something changed or added. In your comments, provide details on your pinned locations, you can even add an image.


CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.

Jubilee Route Options

10 months

Please share your feedback on the full-length corridor designs for a new cycling route in the Jubilee neighbourhood.

Use the available pins (click 'Add Pin (+)' button), select a pin and drag it onto the map) to provide feedback on design elements you like or dislike, and add pins to identify locations where you'd like to see something added. In your comments, provide details on your pinned locations, you can even add an image.

If you haven't already, start by watching the virtual corridor tour video and answering the short survey.

The corridor designs are available in PDF format for you to reference as you provide feedback on the design.

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

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.

Oaklands Connector Route Map

10 months

If you haven't already, start by familiarizing yourself with the proposed design by watching the virtual corridor tour video and answering the short survey.

Once you've seen the full-length designs, use the available pins (click 'Add Pin (+)' button), select a pin and drag it onto the map) to provide feedback on design elements you like or dislike, and add pins to identify locations where you'd like to see something added. In your comments, provide details on your pinned locations, you can even add an image. You can also ask questions on the Q&A forum, located on the project page.

The corridor design is available in PDF format for you to reference as you provide feedback on the design.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.

Fernwood Connector Route Map

10 months

If you haven't already, start by familiarizing yourself with the proposed design by watching the virtual corridor tour video and answering the short survey.

Once you've seen the full-length designs, use the available pins (click 'Add Pin (+)' button), select a pin and drag it onto the map) to provide feedback on design elements you like or dislike, and add pins to identify locations where you'd like to see something added. In your comments, provide details on your pinned locations, you can even add an image. You can also ask questions on the Q&A forum, located on the project page.

The corridor design is available in PDF format for you to reference as you provide feedback on the design.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.

Fort Street Central Route Map

10 months

If you haven't already, start by familiarizing yourself with the proposed design by watching the virtual corridor tour video and answering the short survey.

Once you've seen the full-length designs, use the available pins (click 'Add Pin (+)' button), select a pin and drag it onto the map) to provide feedback on design elements you like or dislike, and add pins to identify locations where you'd like to see something added. In your comments, provide details on your pinned locations, you can even add an image. You can also ask questions on the Q&A forum, located on the project page.

The corridor design is available in PDF format for you to reference as you provide feedback on the design.


CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.
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