Wharf street is a strategic corridor that provides a direct link for residents of James Bay and Fairfield to both the E&N and Galloping Goose regional trails.
STATUS: Early consultation and development of emerging concepts. Construction planned for 2018.
DESIGN: 0.7 km two-way protected bike lane from Pandora Avenue to Government Street
NEXT STEPS: Consultation activities throughout 2017 to inform design followed by City Council's consideration and approval of a preferred design concept
2018 – Detailed design and construction
View the emerging concepts for the Wharf Street corrior here: WHARF STREET EMERGING CONCEPTS.pdf [PDF - 18.8 MB]
Wharf street is also a desirable route for bike tourism and recreational rides in addition to a direct, comfortable and convenient corridor to service the downtown destinations.
City staff are notifying stakeholders along the corridor to ensure they are aware of the upcoming project and the upcoming opportunities to provide input at different stages of the design process. Join us at future consultation events to let us know what is important to you when it comes to transportation decisions.
Do you have feedback about the emerging designs along Wharf? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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