Cycling Master Plan
In response to the growing popularity of cycling both as a recreational activity and a mode of transportation for short distance trips, the City of Markham has developed a Cycling Master Plan.
The Plan recommends a strategy for addressing cycling in Markham for the next 15 years and beyond. It presents a truly City-wide approach to serving and fostering cycling in Markham, and clearly lays out a path the City can follow toward achieving its goal of providing an integrated cycling network that is a key component of the local transportation and recreational system.
This Cycling Master Plan builds upon the City-Wide Bicycle System Study developed in 1998 and the Phase I Bikeway Implementation Strategy developed for the City of Markham in 2004. It will also support the non-auto-based initiatives outlined in the Markham Transportation Planning Study (MTPS-2002).
City of Markham Cycling Master Plan
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- Cover (PDF)
- Table of Contents (PDF)
- Chapter 1.0 - Introduction (PDF)
- Chapter 2.0 - Proposed Network (PDF)
- Chapter 3.0 - Outreach (PDF)
- Chapter 4.0 - Implementation (PDF)
- Appendix A (PDF)
- Appendix B (PDF)