Henderson Blvd. Multi-use Pathway

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As part of the City’s ongoing efforts to make it easier to get around Kingston through active modes of transportation, a new multi-use pathway is being developed on the north side of Henderson Blvd. The multi-use path provides an off-road option for pedestrians and cyclists to travel in and will include several rest areas with benches along the route. Once complete, the multi-use pathway will create a desired east-west connection between existing cycling infrastructure on Bayridge and Days.

As part of the design process, we want to know where you would like to have benches located along the pathway. Suggestions received will be considered by the Transportation Services department before finalizing the design of the multi-use pathway.

For more details on this project, see the City’s project page.


rendering of people in a park


As part of the City’s ongoing efforts to make it easier to get around Kingston through active modes of transportation, a new multi-use pathway is being developed on the north side of Henderson Blvd. The multi-use path provides an off-road option for pedestrians and cyclists to travel in and will include several rest areas with benches along the route. Once complete, the multi-use pathway will create a desired east-west connection between existing cycling infrastructure on Bayridge and Days.

As part of the design process, we want to know where you would like to have benches located along the pathway. Suggestions received will be considered by the Transportation Services department before finalizing the design of the multi-use pathway.

For more details on this project, see the City’s project page.


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Rest Areas

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Using the map, drop a pin within the highlighted area to tell us where you think a rest area should be placed. 

Feedback closes Wednesday, March 10 at 4 p.m.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.