Cycling Master Plan

The Sault Ste. Marie Cycling Master Plan update was approved by City Council on August 27, 2007.

The purpose of the Cycling Master Plan is two-fold. First, the updated plan provides general design considerations that should be utilized to make all roads and destinations within the community cycling friendly. Second, for preferred cycling routes, specific designs standards are recommended.

The report contains a number of recommendations to provide education, enforcement, encouragement and engineering principles by which the City can use to develop safe cycling within the community.

Some of the key recommendations include:

  • Reducing Queen Street, east of Pim Street to three lanes (an east lane, a west lane and a continuous left turn lane) with bicycle lanes on both sides
  • Improving and constructing paved shoulder lanes on Landslide Road between Third Line and Fifth Line
  • Establish a cycling route from Second Line and Carmen's Way to Korah Collegiate High School
  • Establish a cycling route from Sackville Road to Industrial Park Road
  • Establish a connecting link between North Street and the (future) Hub Trail through the Fort Creek Conservation Area

Sault Ste. Marie Cycling Master Plan

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