Walk 'n' Roll Kingston

The City of Kingston's Active Transportation Master Plan – branded as Walk 'n' Roll Kingston – has been designed and developed specifically for Kingston. The plan reflects Kingston's unique built form, road network, land use, density, green space, culture, history and key features, including its waterfront, public wants, strategic objectives and future vision.

The ATMP is laying the groundwork to enable the City to meet its active transportation goal. Once in place, the next step will be to develop long-term implementation plans giving the community opportunities for input on potential active transportation options within focus areas.

See the draft plan and executive summary and let us know if you have questions.


The City of Kingston's Active Transportation Master Plan – branded as Walk 'n' Roll Kingston – has been designed and developed specifically for Kingston. The plan reflects Kingston's unique built form, road network, land use, density, green space, culture, history and key features, including its waterfront, public wants, strategic objectives and future vision.

The ATMP is laying the groundwork to enable the City to meet its active transportation goal. Once in place, the next step will be to develop long-term implementation plans giving the community opportunities for input on potential active transportation options within focus areas.

See the draft plan and executive summary and let us know if you have questions.


  • Priorities and Phasing Survey

    The City’s Active Transportation Master Plan (ATMP), Walk’n’Roll, provides a framework for how the City develops its active transportation network and programs. The City has identified a number of potential infrastructure projects and programs that could be implemented in the short term – over the next five years.

    These projects are intended to:

    • increase east/west connections
    • reduce missing links in the existing transportation network
    • improve access to employment centres
    • correspond with planned maintenance projects
    • focus on increasing cycling and safe-cycling behaviour in Kingston.

    This survey collects your input on the proposed short-term priorities

    The City’s Active Transportation Master Plan (ATMP), Walk’n’Roll, provides a framework for how the City develops its active transportation network and programs. The City has identified a number of potential infrastructure projects and programs that could be implemented in the short term – over the next five years.

    These projects are intended to:

    • increase east/west connections
    • reduce missing links in the existing transportation network
    • improve access to employment centres
    • correspond with planned maintenance projects
    • focus on increasing cycling and safe-cycling behaviour in Kingston.

    This survey collects your input on the proposed short-term priorities for programs, policies and initiatives; the implementation of cycling and walking infrastructure; and the initial transportation focus area studies.

    Survey closes September 7 at 4:00 p.m.
    Take Survey
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    Priorities and Phasing Survey - Open House

    The City’s Active Transportation Master Plan (ATMP), Walk’n’Roll, provides a framework for how the City develops its active transportation network and programs. The City has identified a number of potential infrastructure projects and programs that could be implemented in the short term – over the next five years.

    These projects are intended to:

    • increase east/west connections
    • reduce missing links in the existing transportation network
    • improve access to employment centres
    • correspond with planned maintenance projects
    • focus on increasing cycling and safe-cycling behaviour in Kingston.

    This survey collects your input on the proposed short-term priorities

    The City’s Active Transportation Master Plan (ATMP), Walk’n’Roll, provides a framework for how the City develops its active transportation network and programs. The City has identified a number of potential infrastructure projects and programs that could be implemented in the short term – over the next five years.

    These projects are intended to:

    • increase east/west connections
    • reduce missing links in the existing transportation network
    • improve access to employment centres
    • correspond with planned maintenance projects
    • focus on increasing cycling and safe-cycling behaviour in Kingston.

    This survey collects your input on the proposed short-term priorities for programs, policies and initiatives; the implementation of cycling and walking infrastructure; and the initial transportation focus area studies.

    Survey open for Open House session on Aug 2
    Complete Form