Over the years, to ensure safe and enjoyable cycling, the City of Vaudreuil-Dorion has developed a network of bike paths that now totals 24.5 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.
New sections planned for 2017
Last January, the Government of Canada announced an investment of $275,000, half the total project cost, for the two-way bike lane extension on Saint-Charles between Dumberry and Dollard.
The Henry-Ford bike lane will be extended to White. This street will also be equipped with a two-way bike lane to reach boulevard de la Cité-des-Jeunes, and a new footbridge will be built over the Quinchien River.
A section of bike lane will be constructed to connect Jean-Béliveau and Toe-Blake, opposite École Hymne-au-Printemps.
Another section will be located between Louise-Josephte and Saint-Charles, close to the Caisse populaire.
The City will also finalize the installation of the multipurpose bike lane on chemin Paul-Gérin-Lajoie.