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Sherbourne Street Separated Bicycle Lane Pilot Project

 
  • The City of Toronto retained WSP to complete a feasibility study and then undertake detailed design of separated bicycle lanes for Sherbourne Street from Queen’s Quay to immediately south of Bloor Street.
  • After a program of consultation with the public and municipal staff, as well as studying other solutions from around the world, the project team conducted a transportation analysis to create a set of criteria to assess the merits, design, and development of a universal bi-directional cycle track facility.
  • Applying the criteria to select the most appropriate design treatment, the study team proceeded with a detailed design of an innovative cycle track facility which integrated colour pavement markings, raised curbs, left-turn bicycle boxes, concrete barrier curbs, bicycle stencil pavement markings, and route signage.

Roles

  • Feasibility Study
  • Functional and Detailed Design
  • Route Development and Alignment
  • Public and Stakeholder Consultation
  • Route Costing and Implementation
  • Traffic / Safety Demand Analysis

Location: Toronto, Ontario