Active Transportation Thunder Bay is dedicated to creating a network of safe and accessible transportation routes that allow residents to access the places they live, work and play by walking, cycling, and using other means of human-powered transportation. This network will connect the city by providing linkages between existing multiuse trails and new commuter routes.
City Council recently approves the new Bay Street Active Living Corridor located along Bay Street from High Street to Marlborough Street. Changes along Bay Street will begin on August 29. Learn More
City Council recently approved 5.2 kilometers of new bike lanes and 1.7 kilometers of new shared lanes. Learn More
Thunder Bay has recently welcomed the arrival of bike lanes and shared lanes on city streets. Want to learn more?
|Bike & Shared Lanes Pamphlet|
|Frequently Asked Questions|
We would like to encourage all of you to visit Thunder Bay's Safe Cycling website and take a look at the wide range of cycling courses that are offered starting in May.
We want to hear from you! Be one of the first 25 Active Transportation users to complete our Pedestrian Survey or Cyclist Survey to be entered in a draw for an I Heart Bike Lanes T-Shirt! Please provide us with your contact information at the end of the survey to be eligible for the draw.
Active Transportation increases the health of the citizens of Thunder Bay, reduces wear on roads and transportation infrastructure, and supports the City's Clean, Green and Beautiful Policy. Active Transportation Thunder Bay is also an EarthCare Working Group.
Active Transportation Thunder Bay is possible because of the City of Thunder Bay Engineering and Parks Divisions and of dozens of community partners.
Visit our resources page for links to other great websites and to view the latest news and articles on new active transportation developments in the City of Thunder Bay.
|Address:||Victoriaville Civic Centre
111 Syndicate Ave S
Thunder Bay ON P7E 6S4
|Tel:||(807) 625 2163|
|Fax:||(807) 625 3588|