Cycling Infrastructure Projects

Cycling Infrastructure Projects

Bike Paths and Cycling Infrastructure

In 2016, the Transportation Master Plan was updated to include a recommended network of cycling infrastructure including new bike lanes and cycle tracks, as well as a number of recommended policies to improve how we support and encourage sustainable travel in our community. To see the proposed cycling network, see Section 9 of our Transportation Master Plan.

Active Transportation Infrastructure Improvements

Engineering Design of Paris - Notre Dame Bikeway : Public Consultation Session

The City of Greater Sudbury is proposing cycling infrastructure improvements on Paris Street and Notre Dame Avenue. This project will complete engineering design work needed to extend the existing separated cycling facilities on Paris Street (between York Street and Walford Road) to Regent Street in the south and to Turner Avenue in the north.

The design work for this project began in October 2018 and is expected to be completed by June 2019.

The design of this project will be completed in two phases: 

The first round of public consultation took place in late 2018, with a public consultation session held on November 20 at Science North and online engagement took place on the Over to You platform from November 16 to December 7. 

Click here to view the information boards displayed at the public consultation session and online. 

Click here to review the round one public consultation summary, as prepared by the project consultant. 

For further information, please contact:

Rebecca Gilchrist, P.Eng
Project Engineer
City of Greater Sudbury
Rebecca.Gilchrist@greatersudbury.ca
200 Brady Street
P.O. Box 5000, Station ‘A’
Sudbury, ON, P3A 5P3
705-674-4455, ext 4218

Brett Sears, RPP
Consultation Lead
WSP
Brett.Sears@wsp.com
100 Commerce Valley Drive West
Thornhill, ON L3T 0A1
905-882-4211, ext. 6573

Jordan Freedman
Project Coordinator
WSP
Jordan.Freedman@wsp.com
100 Commerce Valley Drive West
Thornhill, ON L3T 0A1
905-882-4211, ext. 6910