Cycle Tracks on Richmond, Adelaide & Simcoe Street Feedback Survey

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three bikes in the Adelaide cycle track next to trucks and cars

In 2014 the City installed cycle tracks (separated bike lanes) on segments of Richmond, Adelaide and Simcoe Streets.

  • Richmond Street West, from just west of York Street to Bathurst Street
  • Adelaide Street West, from Bathurst Street to Simcoe Street
  • Simcoe Street, from Front Street West to Queen Street West
These are a "pilot project" for demonstration, testing and evaluation, before a decision is made on whether they should be made permanent (with possible upgrades). We want to know:

How have these new cycle tracks affected you?

Please complete this short survey to share your opinions and insights.

We will use your feedback to help inform Council discussions on whether we should keep, expand and/or modify these cycle tracks.

If you have any questions about this survey, please contact:
Jason Diceman
Senior Public Consultation Coordinator, City of Toronto
Tel: 416.338.2830

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