The Cycling and Trails Master Plan

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Consultation has concluded.

On October 26, 2020, Council approved the City’s Cycling and Trails Master Plan, a long-term strategy for connecting Kitchener’s trails and cycling facilities into a city-wide network. The plan was committed to in Kitchener’s 2019-2022 Strategic Plan after public consultation consistently showed that people-friendly transportation options were a top priority for the community. The plan was developed by a team led by an external consulting team who are also working with other local municipalities. A resident-led advisory committee also met over the past 18 months to provide input to shape the final plan. More than 3,000 residents provided feedback during the development of the plan.

a separated bike lane on a busy road

We’re working to better connect Kitchener through trails and cycling! Our Cycling and Trails Master Plan will lay the groundwork for a connected network of bikeways and trails.

We've asked more than 2,000 Kitchener residents what they want to see from the city's cycling and trails infrastructure. That feedback was used to develop a draft network.

Let us know if the draft network reflects your feedback by clicking the 'take survey' tab. Do you have specific feedback about a location or route that's important to you? Click the 'drop a pin' tab for an interactive view of our draft network and make a suggestion!

We’re working to better connect Kitchener through trails and cycling! Our Cycling and Trails Master Plan will lay the groundwork for a connected network of bikeways and trails.

We've asked more than 2,000 Kitchener residents what they want to see from the city's cycling and trails infrastructure. That feedback was used to develop a draft network.

Let us know if the draft network reflects your feedback by clicking the 'take survey' tab. Do you have specific feedback about a location or route that's important to you? Click the 'drop a pin' tab for an interactive view of our draft network and make a suggestion!

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Thank you for taking the time to let us know how, when and why you use Kitchener's active transportation infrastructure, and what could encourage you to use it more often in the future.

    Be sure to complete our Important Destinations interactive map activity to let us know which destinations should be a priority as we plan future networks of cycling and trails infrastructure.

    Consultation has concluded.

    On October 26, 2020, Council approved the City’s Cycling and Trails Master Plan, a long-term strategy for connecting Kitchener’s trails and cycling facilities into a city-wide network. The plan was committed to in Kitchener’s 2019-2022 Strategic Plan after public consultation consistently showed that people-friendly transportation options were a top priority for the community. The plan was developed by a team led by an external consulting team who are also working with other local municipalities. A resident-led advisory committee also met over the past 18 months to provide input to shape the final plan. More than 3,000 residents provided feedback during the development of the plan.

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