Does Cycling Move You?

Consultation has concluded

The Cycling Master Plan Update project has now concluded, and the final document has been approved by Mississauga City Council. Thank you to all residents and stakeholders for your valuable participation and feedback!

The final plan can be found in the Document Library.

The updated Cycling Master Plan tackles key areas:

  • Cycling infrastructure planning and design best practices have changed significantly and updates are required to achieve best practices
  • The cycling network must be safe, connected, convenient and comfortable for residents, and visitors of all ages and riding ability to try cycling
  • Implementation of new cycling infrastructure will be coordinated with road rehabilitation and major road construction projects, where possible

The cycling network laid out in the Cycling Master Plan will result in 897 kilometres of infrastructure to be built over 27 years. This includes:

  • Cycle tracks where a bicycle lane is physically separated from the road by a curb and is either at sidewalk level or slightly lower, reserved for bicycles only
  • Bicycle lanes separated from traffic lanes by flexible posts, planters, parking stalls, curbs or other barriers, reserved for bicycles only
  • Bicycle lanes where cyclists travel in a lane beside regular traffic lanes, reserved for bicycles only
  • Multi-use trails along boulevards and also through parks
  • Shared routes between cyclists and motorists on roads with lower speeds

On June 27th, the 2018 Cycling Master Plan was endorsed by General Committee. This endorsement was ratified by City Council on July 4th.

City of Mississauga News Release

The Cycling Master Plan Update project has now concluded, and the final document has been approved by Mississauga City Council. Thank you to all residents and stakeholders for your valuable participation and feedback!

The final plan can be found in the Document Library.

The updated Cycling Master Plan tackles key areas:

  • Cycling infrastructure planning and design best practices have changed significantly and updates are required to achieve best practices
  • The cycling network must be safe, connected, convenient and comfortable for residents, and visitors of all ages and riding ability to try cycling
  • Implementation of new cycling infrastructure will be coordinated with road rehabilitation and major road construction projects, where possible

The cycling network laid out in the Cycling Master Plan will result in 897 kilometres of infrastructure to be built over 27 years. This includes:

  • Cycle tracks where a bicycle lane is physically separated from the road by a curb and is either at sidewalk level or slightly lower, reserved for bicycles only
  • Bicycle lanes separated from traffic lanes by flexible posts, planters, parking stalls, curbs or other barriers, reserved for bicycles only
  • Bicycle lanes where cyclists travel in a lane beside regular traffic lanes, reserved for bicycles only
  • Multi-use trails along boulevards and also through parks
  • Shared routes between cyclists and motorists on roads with lower speeds

On June 27th, the 2018 Cycling Master Plan was endorsed by General Committee. This endorsement was ratified by City Council on July 4th.

City of Mississauga News Release

Map your Ideas

about 1 year

Please use this map to tell us what you think about bicycle routes in Mississauga. Bicycle routes can include off-road trails, boulevard paths beside the road, and painted or separated bike lanes on the road.

Please include a brief comment to make your pin stick!

Map Legend:
Red: Existing Bike Lanes
Pink: Existing major multi-use trails (for bikes and pedestrians)
Purple: Existing minor multi-use trails
Blue: Existing Shared Routes (on-street with signs or sharrows)

Please use this map to tell us what you think about bicycle routes in Mississauga. Bicycle routes can include off-road trails, boulevard paths beside the road, and painted or separated bike lanes on the road.

Please include a brief comment to make your pin stick!

Map Legend:
Red: Existing Bike Lanes
Pink: Existing major multi-use trails (for bikes and pedestrians)
Purple: Existing minor multi-use trails
Blue: Existing Shared Routes (on-street with signs or sharrows)
Thank you for participating on our website! The map tools is now closed so that we can collect all of your comments and ensure that they are being included in our planning process. We will be posting the draft cycling network in a few weeks time for your feedback!