The City of Calgary is working to achieve the targets set out in the Council-approved Cycling Strategy to become a bike-friendly city by planning, designing and building more on-street bikeways, particularly bike lanes and cycle tracks. Research has shown that properly designed and constructed bikeways can encourage more people to choose cycling as a viable form of transportation by improving safety and comfort.
Funding for bikeway projects comes from the Council-approved One Calgary Service Plan and Budget. Whenever possible, The City implements bikeway improvements with scheduled road paving to cost-effectively improve the roadway design so it functions better for all users, and install the infrastructure and pavement markings with minimal disruptions.
- 11 Street S.W. Community Mobility Improvement Project
- 12 Avenue S. Improvements
- 12 Street N.E. mobility improvements
- 14 & 15 Avenue S.W. mobility improvements
- Banff Trail Area Improvements
- Bowness Road N.W. Complete Street - Phase 2
- East Central Bikeway Network - Phase 2
- 7 St. S.W. from 3 Ave. to 7 Ave. S.W. - Bike lane resurfacing
- 8 Ave. S.W. from 5 to 10 St. S.W. - Bike lane resurfacing
- 9 Ave. S.E. from 15 to 20 St. S.E. - Bike lane resurfacing
- 9 Ave S.E. route improvements
- Downtown Cycle Track Project