Kingston is a great place for active transportation. Here are some resources to help you get started or continue your efforts in becoming less car-dependent!

Active Transportation Charters

City of Kingston Active Living Charter

Limestone District School Board Active and Safe School Travel Charter

City of Kingston Resources

Active Transportation Master Plan (Walk ‘n’ Roll Kingston)pdf here

Active Transportation Implementation Planpdf here

Household Travel Survey

Official Planpdf here

Kingston Planning & Development

Transportation Master Plan – pdf here

Vision Zero Road Safety Planpdf here

2023 City Budget EngagementSee 2022 Engagement here

Collision Data

Click here to find copies of the annual Kingston Police Force Collision Reports.

KCAT member, Nico Koenig, has also published a report analyzing the report data.


Recreation and Commuting

The City’s cycling facilities map is here. It includes bike lanes and routes, trails, multi-use paths, and paved shoulders.

Tourism Kingston offers information on cycling in and around Kingston for residents and visitors.  

Bike Parking

See this map of downtown Kingston bike racks! In summer 2022, KCAT completed a Bicycle Parking Audit of the Kingston Downtown Business Improvement Area (DBIA), mapping all bike racks. See findings and recommendations here.

Centrally located on Princess Street between King and Ontario streets, a highly secure docking station with capacity for 18 bikes was recently installed in spring 2023. The bike racks are distributed and implemented by Urban Racks and work with Bikeep, an app that enables users to find parking, lock their bike, release their bike, and more. To start enjoying the secure docking station, download the Bikeep app.

Cycle Kingston runs Bicycle Valet Kingston, a not-for-profit service that hires individuals in need of employment to support a secure bike parking service during events. With BVK, cyclists can safely check-in their bicycles for free! BVK can be hired for events.

Bike Safety

Register your bike with Project 529, a nation-wide bike registry. If your bike is stolen, you’ll have a community of cyclists looking out for it. To register your bike in Kingston, click here.


Cycle Kingston is a local organization that focuses on cycling education.

Common myths and fallacies about cycling debunked, click here.

K&P Trail

The K&P is a multi-use trail that is great for recreation and active transportation. To see a map, see here. For more focused trail maps, see here.


For Kingston Transit bus routes and schedules click here.


Check out Sustainable Kingston and their initiatives to make Kingston a more sustainable city!