Winnipeggers asked for feedback on design of bike lane system

The City of Winnipeg says it is committed to developing a pedestrian and cycling network that is safe and accessible for people of all ages and abilities, and staff want your feedback.

Designs proposed for downtown bike lane system and West Alexander pedestrian and cycling corridor

Winnipeggers are invited to check out the design options for the downtown bike lane system and West Alexander pedestrian and cycling corridor projects. (Darren Bernhardt/CBC)
 The City of Winnipeg says it is committed to developing a pedestrian and cycling network that is safe and accessible for people of all ages and abilities, and staff want your feedback.

Winnipeggers are invited to check out the design options for the downtown bike lane system and West Alexander pedestrian and cycling corridor projects.

Drop-in public events will allow people to view proposed design options, provide feedback and speak with the project teams.

Anyone unable to attend the pop-up events can visit the city's interactive website where design options can be viewed, comments can be posted on a discussion board and feedback can be provided through an online survey.

Downtown bike lane system

View three options designed to upgrade the existing bike lanes on Fort Street and Garry Street, as well as an improved connection between the Assiniboine Avenue protected bicycle lanes and the new protected bicycle lanes connecting to The Forks.

  1. Portage and Main underground rotunda, March 17, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
  2. Fort Garry Place mall, March 17, 3-5 p.m. (85 Garry Street)

  3. The Forks market, March 20, 12:30-2:30 p.m.

West Alexander pedestrian and cycling corridor

View two options for a connection between McPhillips Street and Sherbrook Street.

  1. Health Sciences Centre, March 15, noon-1:30 p.m. (William Avenue Mall)

  2. University of Manitoba Bannatyne Campus, March 15, 2:30-4 p.m. (Brodie Centre Atrium, 727 McDermot Ave.)

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