Bartley Smith Greenway Trail Feasibility Study

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The City of Vaughan is working towards creating a seamless and connected network of city-wide trails – including the Bartley Smith Greenway, a key component of the Vaughan Super Trail. To help achieve this, the City is undergoing the Bartley Smith Greenway Trail Feasibility Study to determine how to complete the development of a three-kilometre gap in the trail between McNaughton Road and Rutherford Road.

The study will gather information, identify and evaluate options to connect the route between McNaughton Road and Rutherford Road and establish a preferred trail route to advance to detailed design and construction. When complete, the Bartley Smith Greenway will run continuously from Teston Road in the north to Steeles Avenue in the south, supporting natural and cultural heritage, recreation opportunities, cycling, tourism and overall well-being of residents.


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HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED?

Engagement on the Bartley Smith Greenway Trail Feasibility study is now closed.

Your input has been extremely valuable! Beginning in fall 2021, the City has hosted three rounds of engagement to collect feedback on the proposed trail alignment, road crossings, potential features and amenities, and the approach to construction. You’ve participated in:

Thank you to those who joined the conversation! Your input continues to help us refine the trail alignment. In the coming weeks, we will share a report summarizing the feedback received throughout the engagement process.

The City of Vaughan is working towards creating a seamless and connected network of city-wide trails – including the Bartley Smith Greenway, a key component of the Vaughan Super Trail. To help achieve this, the City is undergoing the Bartley Smith Greenway Trail Feasibility Study to determine how to complete the development of a three-kilometre gap in the trail between McNaughton Road and Rutherford Road.

The study will gather information, identify and evaluate options to connect the route between McNaughton Road and Rutherford Road and establish a preferred trail route to advance to detailed design and construction. When complete, the Bartley Smith Greenway will run continuously from Teston Road in the north to Steeles Avenue in the south, supporting natural and cultural heritage, recreation opportunities, cycling, tourism and overall well-being of residents.


Decorative image with "Get Involved" written on it.




HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED?

Engagement on the Bartley Smith Greenway Trail Feasibility study is now closed.

Your input has been extremely valuable! Beginning in fall 2021, the City has hosted three rounds of engagement to collect feedback on the proposed trail alignment, road crossings, potential features and amenities, and the approach to construction. You’ve participated in:

Thank you to those who joined the conversation! Your input continues to help us refine the trail alignment. In the coming weeks, we will share a report summarizing the feedback received throughout the engagement process.

Page last updated: 22 Jul 2022, 09:23 AM