Cycle paths

Over the years, to ensure safe and enjoyable cycling, the City of Vaudreuil-Dorion has developed a network of bike paths that now totals 56.7 km.

A network from one end of the City to the other

The entire bike path network is asphalted. It is accessible to all—walkers, joggers and inline skaters. It crosses several neighbourhoods, connecting parks, schools, grocery stores, shops, etc.

The interactive map shows the current network of bike paths in Vaudreuil-Dorion (to be updated soon). You can also view the map of the current network in pdf format.

Sections developed in 2020

  • The construction of a multi-purpose bicycle lane on Rue des Nénuphars and the installation of a bridge for pedestrians and cyclists over the Quinchien River.

  • Construction of a two-way bicycle path on Sainte-Madeleine Street, which allows students from Sainte-Madeleine School to get to school safely.

  • Construction of a bike lane on both sides of Jeannotte Street and two pedestrian crossings, one in front of the school's main entrance and the other in front of the daycare centre. 

  • A two-way bike lane was built during the summer on Henry-Ford Street to connect the existing bike lane to Cité-des-Jeunes Boulevard.

  • An off-street bike lane was built on the north side of Valois Street between the municipal garage and Charbonneau Street. 

Planned work for 2021

  • in the Sainte-Madeleine and Saint-Michel school sectors: Durocher, Bourget, Viau and
    Chanoine-Groulx (off the road);
  • on Ouimet Street between Leclerc and Briand Streets (off the roadway);

  • along Aurèle-Joliat Street, between Émile-Bouchard and Lorne-Worsley Streetsl;

  • on Marquis Street;

  • along rue des Muguets between the new pedestrian tunnel under the exotic railroad and chemin Paul-Gérin-Lajoie (off-street);

  • The addition of a multi-functional path on the north side of a portion of Boulevard de la Gare (between the Metro and the Dollarama) is planned for this year;

  • A crosswalk to connect Rue des Cascades to Rue des Nénuphars, facilitating access to the new footbridge over the Quinchien River, should be completed in 2021.