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​Active Transportation

Active transportation is any form of human-powered transportation. Walking and cycling are the primary modes of active transportation.

Active transportation is a legitimate form of transportation that benefits our:

  • Health: it provides an opportunity to be physically active on a regular basis
  • Society: is accessible to residents and increases social exchanges
  • Transportation system: reduces road congestions and road wear
  • Environment: contributes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions
  • Economy: saves money on gas, parking and may allow families to avoid the purchase of a second vehicle or vehicles all together when coupled with transit services.

Related Projects

Project Title​Project TypeEstimated

2021 Cycling Network Expansion
Implementation of cycling lanes on Hanmer Street and Bayview Drive.

​AT InitiativeSubject to Council approval

Bell Farm Rd ROW Expansion: St. Vincent to Duckworth
Includes addition of on road dedicated bike lanes.

Road ConstructionOct. 2022

Big Bay Point Road Transportation Improvements: Bayview to Huronia
Includes 1.5m bicycle lanes with 0.5m buffer on both sides of the roadway.

​Road ConstructionTBD

Harvie / Big Bay Point / Hwy 400 Crossing
Includes buffered bike lanes and sidewalks on both sides.

​Road Construction2021

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