The bike & walk maps are produced to help cyclists, walkers and hikers navigate the city with ease.
Bike Boxes are vivid green painted areas located at intersections with traffic signals.
The City of London collects bicycle data from a variety of sources to help with the planning of cycling infrastructure and to monitor...
Bike Fix-it Stations include all of the tools necessary to perform basic bike repairs and maintenance on-the-go.
A bike lane is a portion of a roadway designated for preferential or exclusive use by cyclists.
Bicycle parking is available for both short-term and long-term uses. You will find bike racks at City facilities and along streets.
Buffered bike lanes are paired with a designated buffer space separating the bicycle lane from the adjacent motor vehicle travel lane.
London's First Cycle Track The implementation of cycle tracks on Colborne Street in downtown London is a premier feature of the Cycling...
What are Crossrides? Crossrides for bikes function in the same way that crosswalks do for pedestrians. Similar to crosswalks, crossrides...
Cycle tracks are located alongside the road but are physically separated from vehicular traffic by either a curb or buffer space.
A list of recreational cycling destinations, bike shops and cycling groups in London, Ontario.
Cycling rules are defined by both provincial and municipal governments to ensure all road users stay safe.
The City of London has retained a consultant to help with the evaluation of an east-west bikeway in the Downtown and Old East Village.
Multi-use pathways are off-road paved pathways for cyclists and pedestrians.
Share lane pavement markings (or “sharrows” for short)are there to remind cyclists and drivers to share the road.