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Ontario Municipal Commuter Cycling Program (OMCC) Recipients

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Ontario Municipal Commuter Cycling Program (OMCC) Recipients

Ministry of Transportation

Across Ontario, 120 municipalities will receive funding from the province for new bike lanes and other cycling infrastructure. Total program funding is $93 million, an increase from the $42.5 million announced earlier this year. This investment is part of Ontario's Climate Change Action Plan and is funded by proceeds from the province's cap on pollution and carbon market.

Municipality

Funding


Admaston/Bromley

$25,000


Ajax

$387,849


Amherstburg

$97,260


Arnprior

$25,000


Augusta

$25,000


Barrie

$1,013,539


Belleville

$429,981


Brampton

$1,780,604


Brant

$247,488


Brantford

$717,757


Brockville

$183,362


Burlington

$640,298


Caledon

$25,000


Cambridge

$459,300


Carleton Place

$25,000


Centre Hastings

$25,000


Chatham-Kent

$755,203


Clarence-Rockland

$70,000


Clarington

$313,900


Cobourg

$202,856


Cochrane

$25,000


Collingwood

$133,082


Cornwall

$384,177


Durham Region (Upper Tier)

$2,216,953


Dutton/Dunwich

$25,000


Elgin

$322,534


Espanola

$25,000


Essex

$89,983


Essex (county)

$655,920


Frontenac

$120,177



Gananoque

$25,000


Greater Madawaska

$25,000


Greater Sudbury

$1,122,543


Grey

$317,160


Guelph

$1,191,335


Halton Hills

$225,988


Halton Region (Upper Tier)

$1,835,200


Hamilton

$3,707,934


Hamilton (lower tier)

$25,000


Horton

$25,000


Huron East

$25,000


Huron-Kinloss

$25,000


Ingersoll

$25,000


Innisfil

$137,994


Kawartha Lakes

$25,000


Kincardine

$25,000


King

$91,460


Kingston

$1,335,473


Kingsville

$89,825


Kitchener

$865,091


Lakeshore

$134,935


Lanark

$548,290


Laurentian Hills

$25,000


Laurentian Valley

$25,000


Leamington

$117,933


Leeds and Grenville

$303,059


Leeds and the Thousand Islands

$25,000


Lincoln

$105,485


London

$3,303,752


Markham

$990,497


McNab/Braeside

$25,000


Mississauga

$2,282,021


Mississippi Mills

$25,000


Newmarket

$290,660


Niagara Falls

$358,604


Niagara Region (Upper Tier)

$2,066,367


Nipigon

$25,000


North Bay

$50,000


North Grenville

$75,996


Oakville

$645,377


Orangeville

$90,000


Orillia

$298,396


Oshawa

$525,539


Ottawa

$9,692,974


Owen Sound

$113,754


Oxford

$160,000


Peel Region (Upper Tier)

$4,228,594


Pelham

$60,000



Pembroke

$25,000


Penetanguishene

$25,000


Perth

$25,000


Petawawa

$90,771


Peterborough

$841,499


Peterborough (county)

$300,090


Prescott and Russell

$419,725


Prince Edward County

$60,000


Quinte West

$314,569


Ramara

$25,000


Renfrew

$25,000


Renfrew (county)

$372,360


Richmond Hill

$615,583


Russell

$75,120


Sarnia

$590,081


Saugeen Shores

$25,000


Sault Ste. Marie

$580,535


Scugog

$92,131


Selwyn

$87,236


Simcoe

$1,602,602


Smiths Falls

$25,000


South Frontenac

$80,882


South Stormont

$25,000


Spanish

$25,000


St. Catharines

$552,098


St. Thomas

$361,701


Strathroy-Caradoc

$165,874


Tecumseh

$106,097


Thorold

$80,238


Thunder Bay

$910,579


Toronto

$25,639,264


Vaughan

$908,612


Wasaga Beach

$100,234


Waterloo

$520,573


Waterloo Region (Upper Tier)

$2,166,663


Whitby

$424,235


Whitchurch-Stouffville

$30,000


Whitewater Region

$25,000


Wilmot

$107,338


Windsor

$1,671,508


Woodstock

$182,769


York Region (Upper Tier)

$3,514,578

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