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The City promotes cycling as an active, environmentally-friendly and economical form of transportation. It's also a great way to enjoy the beauty of Kingston. Along with local partners such as Kingston Coalition for Active Transportation and Cycle Kingston, the City is working to make cycling a viable alternative to driving in Kingston.
To promote cycling as a viable alternative to driving in Kingston, the City is installing new infrastructure, maintaining and upgrading current infrastructure, and offering education and outreach projects and programs.
Kingston's Cycling Network
The City continues to grow and upgrade Kingston's Cycling Network toward creating the planned Cycling Network of the Active Transportation Master Plan, Walk'n'Roll Kingston. As new cycling infrastructure is added to the network it will be added to the map.
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Winter Cycling Network
The City’s 5-year Active Transportation Implementation Plan committed to identifying a network of cycling routes that would be maintained throughout the winter. The Winter Cycling Network aims to make it easier for residents to get around the city by bike during the winter months. The City’s snowplows will prioritize the routes included in the network when they are clearing cycling lanes.
Rent a bike or bring your own — and spend a day exploring the winding roads and trails while taking in the beautiful Kingston scenery. For more information, visit Tourism Kingston, Frontenac Arch Biosphere, The Great Waterway, or Ontario by Bike.
Be sure to check road closures and delays for this week before planning your route.
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Report a Problem
Have you noticed an issue with cycling/pedestrian infrastructure that the City needs to know about? Contact customer service at 613-546-0000 or firstname.lastname@example.org to report the issue.