Bike St. John's Master Plan

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The City of St. John’s is developing a new Bike Master Plan with the help of Trace Planning and Design, Stantec, and the Planning Partnership. This new plan is an update to the 2009 St. John’s Cycling Master Plan.

In September and October of 2018, we asked the public:

  • where and why do people currently ride bikes?
  • what are the barriers and opportunities for cycling in St John’s?

See the Preliminary What We Heard for a summary of results.

In January 2019, a draft bike network map and vision statement were shared for public feedback. The draft network plan aims to connect residents to their neighbourhoods and the greater region using natural areas and street corridors that link economic, recreation and cultural destinations. Please have a look at the Draft Network Overview Maps and the Information Note for Council for more details.

In January and February of 20119, we hosted 4 public drop-in sessions, 1 stakeholder workshop and an online survey. We asked for your feedback on:

  • Vision statement
  • Route selection (For example, comparing route options to bike from point A to B)
  • Bike facility type (Compare your comfort level using different facility types such as painted bike lanes, multi-use trails, etc.)
  • Surface materials (For example, should gravel or asphalt be used on multi-use trails?)

February 13, 2019 update: Online survey is now closed.

Thanks to everyone who participated! Your input currently is being used to refine the draft network map, validate the vision statement and develop the Bike St. John’s Master Plan.

Stay tuned! Sign up for project updates using the link on the right sidebar. We expect the Bike St John's Master Plan to be completed in spring 2019.


The City of St. John’s is developing a new Bike Master Plan with the help of Trace Planning and Design, Stantec, and the Planning Partnership. This new plan is an update to the 2009 St. John’s Cycling Master Plan.

In September and October of 2018, we asked the public:

  • where and why do people currently ride bikes?
  • what are the barriers and opportunities for cycling in St John’s?

See the Preliminary What We Heard for a summary of results.

In January 2019, a draft bike network map and vision statement were shared for public feedback. The draft network plan aims to connect residents to their neighbourhoods and the greater region using natural areas and street corridors that link economic, recreation and cultural destinations. Please have a look at the Draft Network Overview Maps and the Information Note for Council for more details.

In January and February of 20119, we hosted 4 public drop-in sessions, 1 stakeholder workshop and an online survey. We asked for your feedback on:

  • Vision statement
  • Route selection (For example, comparing route options to bike from point A to B)
  • Bike facility type (Compare your comfort level using different facility types such as painted bike lanes, multi-use trails, etc.)
  • Surface materials (For example, should gravel or asphalt be used on multi-use trails?)

February 13, 2019 update: Online survey is now closed.

Thanks to everyone who participated! Your input currently is being used to refine the draft network map, validate the vision statement and develop the Bike St. John’s Master Plan.

Stay tuned! Sign up for project updates using the link on the right sidebar. We expect the Bike St John's Master Plan to be completed in spring 2019.

  • February 13, 2019: survey is closed

    10 days ago

    From January 23 to February 12, an online survey asked for your feedback on the draft vision statement and draft bike network map.

    Thanks to everyone who completed the survey!

    Your input currently is being used to refine the draft network map, validate the vision statement and develop the Bike St. John’s Master Plan.


    From January 23 to February 12, an online survey asked for your feedback on the draft vision statement and draft bike network map.

    Thanks to everyone who completed the survey!

    Your input currently is being used to refine the draft network map, validate the vision statement and develop the Bike St. John’s Master Plan.


  • January 23, 2019: new survey is open!

    about 1 month ago

    February 13, 2019 update: Online survey is now closed.


    A draft bike network map and vision statement are being shared for public feedback. Please have a look at the Draft Network Overview Maps and the Information Note for Council for more information.

    From January 23 to February 12, please complete the online survey and tell us what you think about:

    • Draft vision statement
    • Route selection (For example, comparing route options to bike from point A to B)
    • Bike facility type (Compare your comfort level using different facility types such as painted bike lanes, multi-use trails, etc.)
    • Surface materials (For example,...

    February 13, 2019 update: Online survey is now closed.


    A draft bike network map and vision statement are being shared for public feedback. Please have a look at the Draft Network Overview Maps and the Information Note for Council for more information.

    From January 23 to February 12, please complete the online survey and tell us what you think about:

    • Draft vision statement
    • Route selection (For example, comparing route options to bike from point A to B)
    • Bike facility type (Compare your comfort level using different facility types such as painted bike lanes, multi-use trails, etc.)
    • Surface materials (For example, should gravel or asphalt be used on multi-use trails?)


    Your input will be being used to refine the draft network map, validate the vision statement and develop the Bike St. John’s Master Plan.

    Thanks in advance for participating!