The fine for parking a motor vehicle in a bicycle lane, or cycle track has increased from $60 to $150.
Learn more about the bicycle lane bylaw
Learn more about the difference between bicycle lanes and sharrows.
If you wish to report a vehicle blocking a bicycle lane, contact Parking Enforcement by calling 416-808-6600
Toronto's bicycle lane and Cycle Track bylaws are in Chapter 886.
Read the Bill which outlines Fines for Stopping in a Bicycle Lane or Cycle Track.
Bylaws for multi-use park paths are in Chapter 608.
The municipal bylaw concerning sidewalk cycling are in Chapter 950.
Learn more about the Sidewalk Cycling Laws in Toronto.
Search the City of Toronto's Municipal Code for bylaws.
Review the rules for passing according to the according to the Ontario Highway Traffic Act.
Learn more about the Ontario Highway Traffic Act rules for side by side vs. single file cycling
Learn more about the amended Ontario Highway Traffic Act, which allows power assisted bicycles (e-bikes) to travel on public roads and highways.
The City of Toronto has examined the idea of bicycle licensing on many occasions in response to concerns surrounding pedestrian safety, bike theft and compliance with the law.
If a bicyclist hits a pedestrian or another bicyclist and one or both parties are injured, the accident would not be considered to involve a “motor vehicle”.