Current Projects

Building the AAA cycling network is underway. Various routes are at different stages of progress from planning and consultation to construction.

To stay informed about current projects and opportunities to provide input and to subscribe to email updates on active transportation projects, visit the City’s Engagement Hub.

Current projects summary:

  • Vancouver-Graham-Jackson corridor: Construction underway (expected completion Spring 2021).
  • Richardson St, Kings-Haultain, Kimta Rd / E&N Connector, and Government Street North: Construction expected to start in Summer 2021.
  • Jubilee cycling corridor: Route selection and design consultation August - December 2020. Will be presented to Council for consideration in early 2021.
  • Oaklands Connector, Fernwood Connector, and Fort Street Central: Design consultation September - December 2020. Will be presented to Council for consideration in early 2021.
  • James Bay cycling corridors: Route selection and design consultation Feb 5 - March 28, 2021.

Current Project Details:

Construction on Vancouver, Graham-Jackson and Harbour Road

Construction is now underway on the Vancouver Street, Graham-Jackson, and Harbour Road corridors. These projects represent a significant step in the growth of the City’s AAA cycling network. Once complete, these corridors will add ~4.8kms to the network, more than doubling its current size, extending to city limits and providing connections from the downtown core network to several neighbourhoods and to neighbouring municipalities. Work on all corridors is expected to be complete in Spring 2021.

For an overview of the road safety improvements and to learn what kind of changes are coming in different locations along the corridor, check out the Construction Overview Map [PDF].

To revisit the detailed designs that were approved by Council in August 2019, check out the links below.
Vancouver Street - Approved detailed design [PDF]
Graham-Jackson - Approved detailed design [PDF]
Harbour Road - Approved detailed design [PDF]

To receive construction updates on these projects sent via email every 2-3 weeks, please email engage@victoria.ca and ask to be added to the 2020 construction updates mailing list.

Construction on Richardson Street, Kings-Haultain, Kimta/E&N, and Government Street North starting Summer 2021.

On July 9, 2020 Council approved the designs for the next phase of the AAA cycling network. Road safety improvements will be coming to four more corridors, adding ~8kms to the growing network and getting closer to completion of the City's priority AAA netowrk. Construction on these corridors is expected to start in Summer 2021.

James Bay Cycling Routes - Public Consultation

Planning is underway for the next phase in the 32km All Ages and Abilities (AAA) cycling network. The City is currently seeking input from residents, businesses and commuters on designs and route options for the James Bay Neighbourhood. Visit engage.victoria.ca/aaa-cycling-network to share your feedback on designs and weigh in on a preferred east-west route option.

 

Subscribe to our active transportation email distribution list to receive updates on these and other cycling projects in your neighbourhood. Email engage@victoria.ca with the subject line 'Active Transportation email list' to sign up.

 

Completed projects history:

Location Extent Facility type Open date
Pandora Avenue Cook - Store St 2-way protected bike lane May 2017
Johnson Street Bridge Store St - Harbour Rd Separated multi-use bridge deck Mar 2018
Fort Street Cook - Wharf St 2-way protected bike lane  May 2018 
Wharf Street Pandora Ave - Government St 2-way protected bike lane Aug 2019 
Humboldt Street Government - Douglas St 2-way protected bike lane  Aug 2019 
Humboldt Street Douglas - Quadra St Advisory bike lanes Aug 2020
Humboldt Street Quadra - Pakington St Shared-use neighbourhood bikeway Aug 2020
Harbour Road Johnson Street Bridge -
Galloping Goose trailhead
2-way protected bike lane 

Sept 2020

Dallas Road Dock St - Clover Point Separated off-street pathway

Oct 2020