Cycling Network Study

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Help create a connected cycling network for riders of all ages and abilities

Project update

The Protected Cycling Network Study, concluded in April 2023, has developed conceptual designs for 8.8 kilometres of protected cycling infrastructure along three corridors (see map):

  • Eramosa Road between Woolwich Street to Victoria Road (Study Area A)
  • Gordon Street between Waterloo Avenue to Clair Road (Study Area B)
  • College Avenue between Janefield Avenue to Dundas Lane (Study Area C).

Figure 1: Study Area

Map of Guelph outlining the three study areasStudy area map - click for full size

An Information Report was published on March 31st, 2023 to provide a summary of the Protected Cycling Network Study, and inform members of Council and the public of the next steps planned for the implementation of protected cycling facilities. The Protected Cycling Network Study report begins on page 76.

Detailed study reports for each corridor are posted on the project page at guelph.ca/cyclingnetwork

Next steps

The College Avenue protected cycling facilities will be the first of the three road corridors to move forward, with detailed design in 2023 and construction expected in 2024-2025.

The Gordon Street and Eramosa Road protected cycling facilities will proceed to detailed design and construction, subject to funding and approvals.

For more information

Kate Berry, Project Manager, Sustainable Transportation

Engineering and Transportation Services

City of Guelph

519-822-1260 extension 2357

kate.berry@guelph.ca




Help create a connected cycling network for riders of all ages and abilities

Project update

The Protected Cycling Network Study, concluded in April 2023, has developed conceptual designs for 8.8 kilometres of protected cycling infrastructure along three corridors (see map):

  • Eramosa Road between Woolwich Street to Victoria Road (Study Area A)
  • Gordon Street between Waterloo Avenue to Clair Road (Study Area B)
  • College Avenue between Janefield Avenue to Dundas Lane (Study Area C).

Figure 1: Study Area

Map of Guelph outlining the three study areasStudy area map - click for full size

An Information Report was published on March 31st, 2023 to provide a summary of the Protected Cycling Network Study, and inform members of Council and the public of the next steps planned for the implementation of protected cycling facilities. The Protected Cycling Network Study report begins on page 76.

Detailed study reports for each corridor are posted on the project page at guelph.ca/cyclingnetwork

Next steps

The College Avenue protected cycling facilities will be the first of the three road corridors to move forward, with detailed design in 2023 and construction expected in 2024-2025.

The Gordon Street and Eramosa Road protected cycling facilities will proceed to detailed design and construction, subject to funding and approvals.

For more information

Kate Berry, Project Manager, Sustainable Transportation

Engineering and Transportation Services

City of Guelph

519-822-1260 extension 2357

kate.berry@guelph.ca




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about 2 years

As part of this study, we’ll develop conceptual designs for 13 kilometres of “AAA” (all ages and abilities) protected cycling facilities along three corridors that provide safe, continuous connections for cycling and micro-mobility, such as scooters, to and from community destinations and major transit stops. This study will look at: 

  • Eramosa Road (Woolwich Street to Victoria Road)
  • Gordon Street (Waterloo Avenue to Clair Road)
  • College Avenue (Janefield Avenue to Dundas Lane)

The designs will help riders of any age or ability feel comfortable biking along these key streets in Guelph.

We need your input as we get started on the designs for these corridors. 

In this mapping survey, you are asked to identify the following for the three corridors in this study:

  • Areas where you have accessibility concerns. Where do you currently have trouble crossing the street? Where are the barriers? 
  • Areas where you have safety concerns. Where do you feel particularly unsafe? Do certain driveways or access points feel troublesome? Are there intersections that feel unsafe?
  • Important destinations. Where do you frequently visit?
  • Importation connections. Where do you connect to other routes in the city?
  • Design ideas or other suggestions. Considering the types of protected cycling infrastructure we are considering (cycle track, multi-use path, protected bike lane), do you have any suggestions related to the design at particular locations along the corridors?

Click "Add Pin" to begin! Drag and drop the pin to the spot you want to comment on. 


Map Legend

 Study Area Boundary
 Existing Bike Network (on-road, multi-use paths, and signed routes)
 Existing Trail Network

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.
Page last updated: 17 May 2023, 12:11 PM