The IRRA is working hard with the City of Toronto and other interested groups to make cycling in our neighbourhood safe and enjoyable
Cycling is one of the fastest growing transportation modes in Toronto. Making cycling safer and more inviting will help to ease congestion on streets and transit, create a cleaner environment and result in a more vibrant community.
Local studies have shown that people that walked or cycled made more visits to local businesses, and spent more money there than those that drove or took transit.
In 2022 the City of Toronto launched the Bloor Street West Complete Street Extension Project. Stretching from Runnymede to Resurrection Rd [Six Points} its goal is to :
Click HERE to find out more details about this project as well as the IRRA involvement
PROJECT UPDATE [May 2023]: City staff will present recommendations to the Infrastructure & Environment Committee at their meeting on June 5, 2023. Please click HERE for more information
The Cycling Network Plan adopted by City Council seeks to build on the existing network of cycling routes to connect gaps in the current network, grow the network into new parts of the city, and renew existing parts of the network to improve safety – with corresponding objectives and indicators for measuring and evaluating success.
Click HERE for the current network of bike routes as well as other information about cycling in the City.
Another cycling option is to enjoy the nearby network of walking and cycling routes set out by the Toronto Region Conservation Authority [TRCA]
Click HERE for more information about those routes
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