Construction on the below projects is now complete and ready for Winnipeggers and visitors to our city to enjoy.
A nine-month technical trial of adjustable bike lane curbs are being installed on existing bike lanes.
Raised bike lanes will be constructed on Chevrier Boulevard from Waverley Street to Hervo Street and protected bike lanes will be constructed on Chevrier Boulevard from Hervo Street to Pembina Highway.
The Chief Peguis Greenway Extension Project will close a gap within the pedestrian and cycling network from Henderson Hwy to Main St.
Construction of a new, two-way protected bike lane along Garry Street with connections to the Exchange District on Notre Dame Avenue, Princess Street, and Arthur Street is underway and is expected to be complete in 2019.
The City of Winnipeg is conducting a study and preliminary design for complete roadway and overpass improvements on these streets, while also taking an opportunity to create new and improve existing cycling and pedestrian facilities in the study area.
A preliminary design study, completed in 2017, developed a design for the bridge and road rehabilitation, as well as improvements to the active transportation network in the study area. Construction is expected to begin in spring 2018.
An off-street pathway will be built along Keewatin Street from Burrows Avenue to Inkster Boulevard.
A study was completed in 2016 and a design to improve riverbank stabilization was selected. Construction took place November 2016 to fall of 2017.
The reconstruction of Memorial Boulevard from York Avenue to St. Mary Avenue includes new protected bike lanes for both southbound and northbound travel.
The City is rehabilitating Pembina Hwy travel lanes and sidewalks, and adding buffered bike lanes between Arbuthnot St (south of Grant Ave) and Osborne St. Portions of Corydon Ave and McMillan Ave are also included.
Road renewal on St. Matthews Avenue between Ferry Road and Century Road includes the construction of a buffered bike lane on the eastbound route and a protected bike lane on the westbound route.
Active Transportation plays an important part in the success of Rapid Transit.
This project includes enhancements to the pedestrian and cycling network within the project area.
Continuing the east/west pedestrian and cycling connection to the Exchange District and Downtown.
In September 2015, the City of Winnipeg initiated a public engagement process to receive input on the West Alexander Pedestrian and Cycling Corridor Study.
The Yellow Ribbon Greenway Extension project closes the gap in the active transportation network between the Yellow Ribbon Greenway and the St. Matthews Avenue cycling corridor.
The City has completed the Wolseley to Downtown Corridor Project to improve travel choices, accessibility and connectivity.