If you live in a neighbourhood with no sidewalks, you can request that the City consider your area for the annual New Sidewalk Program. Each year, the City identifies high-priority areas and develops a sidewalk plan.
Sidewalks make communities more accessible for everyone, regardless of age or ability.
New sidewalks encourage exercise and help support different ways to travel by giving pedestrians the opportunity to explore their neighbourhoods safely.
Selecting areas for new sidewalks
Priority for building new sidewalks is based on factors including:
- daily vehicle traffic and pedestrian visibility
- adjacent land use and expected pedestrian usage
- proximity to a school or community amenity
- proximity to transit
New sidewalk list
The list below shows the streets where residents have requested sidewalks. Streets are evaluated using a rating system.
The New Sidewalk Program is not the only way for a new sidewalk to be constructed. The City also builds sidewalks as part of road construction projects following the direction of The London Plan, the City's Transportation Master Plan, and Vision Zero principles.