Active Transportation Master Plan

A master plan that recommends an extensive network of active transportation facilities.

The Active Transportation Master Plan (ATMP) recommends an extensive network of facilities composed of on-road and off-road paths designed to respond to the needs of a range of active transportation users, age and skill level. 

Town Council approved the 2017 ATMP Update at the July 10, 2017  Planning and Development Council meeting.

ATMP Update Full Report

ATMP Executive Summary

The ATMP Update

In 2017 the town updated the existing ATMP to assess current conditions and create an improved plan to expand the active transportation network, and promote cycling and walking in Oakville.

Updates to the ATMP were developed following extensive public and stakeholder consultation and cover a number of areas including:

  • Safety
  • Environmental benefits
  • Outreach
  • Education
  • Infrastructure
  • Design standards

The ATMP was first introduced in 2009 and updated in 2017. Since 2009, a total of 200 kilometres of bike lanes, pathways and signed bike routes have been implemented as well as 200 bike racks across the town.

Cycling Network Map