Kingscourt Multi-use Pathway

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The City has planned a number of active transportation enhancements – including a new multi-use path – in the Kingscourt area to prepare for students who will be walking and cycling to the new Kingston Secondary School and to offer other residents active, off-road commuting choices.

These changes are coming to the area this year:

  • a 1.6 km multi-use pathway from Third Avenue to John Counter Boulevard.
  • an improved pedestrian crossing at Concession Street and Leroy Grant Drive.

The City is also considering:

  • speed and on-street parking reductions on Kirkpatrick Street
  • an all-way stop at Kirkpatrick and Lyons
  • other longer-term

Multi-use pathway banner


The City has planned a number of active transportation enhancements – including a new multi-use path – in the Kingscourt area to prepare for students who will be walking and cycling to the new Kingston Secondary School and to offer other residents active, off-road commuting choices.

These changes are coming to the area this year:

  • a 1.6 km multi-use pathway from Third Avenue to John Counter Boulevard.
  • an improved pedestrian crossing at Concession Street and Leroy Grant Drive.

The City is also considering:

  • speed and on-street parking reductions on Kirkpatrick Street
  • an all-way stop at Kirkpatrick and Lyons
  • other longer-term enhancements in the area of Concession and Macdonnell

A report to council on these further proposed changes will go to council in March.

The revised pathway considers both the comments received during the original engagement in November 2017 as well as attributes identified through the Active Transportation Master Plan.

Once you have reviewed the pathway overview, tell us where benches could be placed as potential rest locations along the new pathway.

The new pathway was identified as a priority to complete gaps in the sidewalk network identified in the Active Transportation Master Plan, passed by Council in June 2018.

You may also like to identify rest areas on three new sections of sidewalk in the City’s west end.


Suggested Bench Locations

2 days

Tell us where potential benches could be placed along the new pathway.  Closes Feb. 18 at 4 p.m.


Tell us where potential benches could be placed along the new pathway.  Closes Feb. 18 at 4 p.m.


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