The City of Cambridge Cycling Master Plan update is almost complete!  The Cycling Master Plan was developed over five-phases through an iterative process that involved exploring options, speaking with community members and stakeholders, drafting ideas, sharing initial results, gathering and reviewing further community input, refining the content, and then creating a final plan.

Our City has a strong network of off-road trails and on-road cycling routes on both municipal and regional roads. The Cycling Master Plan builds off the direction from the City’s 2008 Bikeways Network Plan and 2010 Trails Master Plan. The goal was to create an implementable action plan to guide investments in cycling infrastructure and support programs to help make cycling a safe, convenient and attractive transportation choice for people of all ages and abilites.

Thanks for your input!

In 2019 the Bike Your City team was out in the community talking to residents about the connections and improvements we need to create a cycling network across Cambridge that suits users of all ages and abilities. The Cycling Master Plan included an extensive public and key stakeholder engagement program, which included multiple participation approaches and opportunities for public input, including the use of an online engagement hub, collaborative digital mapping, pop-up events, and highly interactive joint key stakeholder and community workshops. Through this process, the City heard from hundreds of Cambridge residents about their vision for cycling in the City.

A few materials can be found here:

View the Draft Cycling Master Plan

Check out the Cycling Master Plan page on engageCambridge to let us know what you think about the Draft Cycling Master Plan.

Visit our Cycling Page for current routes, events & racks.

Contact

Lisa Chominiec

Sustainable Transportation Coordinator
Community Development Department
City of Cambridge
519-623-1340 ext. 4619
email Lisa Chominiec