Cycling in Edmonton
Cycling in winter can be as fun and rewarding as summer cycling. Find useful tips on how to navigate the roads in the winter on your bike.
Snow Removal Pilot
The City will be piloting an improved winter maintenance approach for the 106 Street bike route this year to help inform an update to the City's Snow and Ice Control Policy.
Navigate the Road - Drive and Cycle
Edmonton’s bike network is growing. This year the City of Edmonton will install 20 km of on-street bike routes throughout the city, adding to the existing 46 km built since 2010. It’s part of a plan to create an integrated bicycle network consisting of close to 500 km of on-street cycling facilities within the next 10 to 20 years.
Bike infrastructure encourages cyclists to take to the streets, with 14% of Edmontonians already reporting more bike usage because of the bike lanes that have been installed in their neighbourhoods and to nearby destination points. Cycling is a great way to travel more sustainably and also a perfect opportunity to stay active and adopt a healthy living lifestyle.
A Cycle-Friendly City
The City of Edmonton is committed to enhancing the quality and accessibility of active transportation in Edmonton. The Bicycle Transportation Plan and the Transportation Master Plan seek to shift Edmonton's transportation modes towards sustainable options like cycling.
Cycling is an active transportation option that helps:
- Reduce traffic congestion
- Preserve Edmonton's road infrastructure
- Protect the environment
Facts and Statistics
- 275 km of shared-used paths and sidewalks
- 460 km of unpaved single track and unimproved trails
- 117 km of signed only street oriented bicycle facilities
- Bicycle allowed on the LRT and on certain bus routes with special racks
Bicycle Plan Update
- 34 km of bicycle lanes and shared-use lanes
- 9 km of bus, bike, and taxi lanes
- 5 km of contra-flow bicycle lanes
- 30 km of existing shared-use sidewalks and paths which align with the bicycle plan
- 86 km of current bike network which aligns with the Bicycle Priority Network Plan
Report a Problem
The City works to build and maintain Edmonton's extensive network of bike paths/lanes, shared sidewalks and multi-use trails to provide a safe transportation system for cyclists, year-round.
Call 311 or Report a Problem Online
For more information:
13th Floor, Century Place
9803 – 102A Avenue