Pedestrian Crossings Locations

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Pedestrians of various abilities crossing the road


The City is working to make Kingston’s active transportation network more connected by continuing to invest in walkability, cycling and access to transit.

In 2020, the City secured funding through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) to build pedestrian crossings that provide more direct connections to transit stops. This funding is part of a multi-year commitment through 2027 that will create or upgrade pedestrian connections directly linked to transit routes.

A preliminary list of 37 crossing locations has been identified for consideration as part of the ICIP program. This list includes candidate locations that were identified as part of the City’s five-year Active Transportation Implementation Plan, ongoing reviews of transportation issues, consultation as part of the Safe Routes to School program, and as part of upcoming capital projects and new developments.

Ways to Get Involved

Please review the preliminary 37 pedestrian crossings locations using the mapping tool below. After reviewing the map, you can:

  • Provide feedback on proposed pedestrian crossing locations by placing a pin (+) near a blue dot and leaving a comment
  • Suggest new pedestrian crossing locations by placing a pin (+) on the desired location and leaving a comment to explain your choice.
  • Complete the survey to share your feedback about these proposed locations.
  • Review the Frequently Asked Questions.

Based on feedback received through this engagement, as well as new pedestrian crossing guidelines that are under development and more detailed site-specific assessments at eligible locations, a refined list of eligible pedestrian crossing locations will be reported back to City Council by the end of 2021 with details about scheduling, resource requirements and potential impacts to other projects. 


Pedestrians of various abilities crossing the road


The City is working to make Kingston’s active transportation network more connected by continuing to invest in walkability, cycling and access to transit.

In 2020, the City secured funding through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) to build pedestrian crossings that provide more direct connections to transit stops. This funding is part of a multi-year commitment through 2027 that will create or upgrade pedestrian connections directly linked to transit routes.

A preliminary list of 37 crossing locations has been identified for consideration as part of the ICIP program. This list includes candidate locations that were identified as part of the City’s five-year Active Transportation Implementation Plan, ongoing reviews of transportation issues, consultation as part of the Safe Routes to School program, and as part of upcoming capital projects and new developments.

Ways to Get Involved

Please review the preliminary 37 pedestrian crossings locations using the mapping tool below. After reviewing the map, you can:

  • Provide feedback on proposed pedestrian crossing locations by placing a pin (+) near a blue dot and leaving a comment
  • Suggest new pedestrian crossing locations by placing a pin (+) on the desired location and leaving a comment to explain your choice.
  • Complete the survey to share your feedback about these proposed locations.
  • Review the Frequently Asked Questions.

Based on feedback received through this engagement, as well as new pedestrian crossing guidelines that are under development and more detailed site-specific assessments at eligible locations, a refined list of eligible pedestrian crossing locations will be reported back to City Council by the end of 2021 with details about scheduling, resource requirements and potential impacts to other projects. 


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Pedestrian Crossing Map

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Use the mapping tool to review proposed pedestrian crossing locations, identified as blue dots. Existing Kingston Transit stop locations are also included in the map and identified as orange dots. See legend below. 

After reviewing the map, you can: 

  • Provide feedback on proposed pedestrian crossing locations by placing a pin (+) near a blue dot and leaving a comment
  • Suggest new pedestrian crossing locations by placing a pin (+) on the desired location and leaving a comment to explain your choice.
  • Complete the survey to share your feedback about these proposed locations.

Map closes at 4 p.m. on July 5.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.
Page published: 10 June 2021, 09:32