Iron Horse Trail

Suburbs

Iron Horse Trail improvements are underway in select parts of the trail. These improvements are being made based on your feedback to improve the functionality for all travellers. Stay up to date on this project and upcoming detours by subscribing to this page.

Major updates to the trail include:

  • Wider, re-paved surfaces;
  • Larger roadway crossing;
  • Pedestrian lighting;
  • Line painting;
  • Trestle bridge replacement;
  • and site furnishings including seating and garbage.

Learn more about the Iron Horse Trail Improvement Strategy.

Read Kitchener’s Multi-use Pathways and Trails Master Plan.

Check out our video to see what's in store for the trail.

Trail improvements

North section - Victoria St.

Starting Monday, August 17, construction of a pedestrian crossing will take place on the Iron Horse Trail at Victoria St. Construction is expected to take two weeks.

Trail users are asked to cross at the traffic lights at Victoria St. and West Ave.

North section – Glasgow St. to city limits

Starting Monday, May 25, lighting will be installed along the north section of the Iron Horse Trail from Glasgow Street to the city limits. Staff will also be doing concrete work near the trail entrances and rest areas. Construction is expected to take up to five weeks.

Construction will occur on short sections at a time, and the width of the trail allows single file traffic to safely pass.

Please practice physical distancing by maintaining at least two metres, or six feet, from construction workers and other trail users.

 Additional Resources

Review the concept plans for our trail improvements:

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