Dunbar Road Multi-Use Trail

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Thank you to everyone who participated in the Dunbar Road Multi-Use Trail project. We received valuable feedback from our virtual PIC and survey, and have adjusted our designs to reflect some of your comments. Construction for Phase 1 (Concession Rd to Industrial Rd) will commence March 2021.

We have provided responses to some frequently asked questions that we received from the PIC. Please see above at right.

The Final Design of Project Area can be found in the top right of this page, under 'Documents'.



The City of Cambridge is constructing a multi-use trail along the south side of Dunbar

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Dunbar Road Multi-Use Trail project. We received valuable feedback from our virtual PIC and survey, and have adjusted our designs to reflect some of your comments. Construction for Phase 1 (Concession Rd to Industrial Rd) will commence March 2021.

We have provided responses to some frequently asked questions that we received from the PIC. Please see above at right.

The Final Design of Project Area can be found in the top right of this page, under 'Documents'.



The City of Cambridge is constructing a multi-use trail along the south side of Dunbar Road from Concession Road to Hespeler Road.

The trail will close a gap in the cycling network and connect to existing infrastructure along Conestoga Blvd, Concession Rd, and future infrastructure along Hespeler Road. The project is primarily funded through a grant from the Ontario Municipal Commuter Cycling (OMCC) program.

The project proposes a 3.0m asphalt multi-use trail along the south side of Dunbar Road by narrowing sections of the road and will also include traffic calming elements, designated parking areas, and provide road crossing opportunities.

Project goals:

  • Provide an all ages and abilities cycling/walking connection
  • Enhance the cycling and pedestrian experience
  • Expand the City’s cycling network as per the Cycling Master Plan
  • Increase crossing opportunities for pedestrians
  • Develop a design that supports traffic calming
  • Minimize the impact to on-street parking