Building the All Ages and Abilities (AAA) cycling network is underway. Various routes are at different stages of progress from planning and consultation to construction.
To provide input on current active transportation projects, visit the City’s Engagement Hub.
Current Project Details:
Summer 2021- Construction starting on Richardson Street, Kings-Haultain, Kimta/E&N, and Government Street North.
Council has approved designs for the next phases of the AAA cycling network. Road safety improvements will be coming to six more corridors in 2021. Construction details will be announced in June 2021.
- Kings-Haultain corridor [PDF] (Douglas St to Richmond Rd)
- Kimta Road/E&N Connector [PDF] (Johnson Street Bridge to E&N Regional Trail)
- Government Street North [PDF] (Pandora Ave to Gorge Rd)
- Richardson Street [PDF] (Vancouver St to Foul Bay Rd)
- Fernwood Connector [PDF] (Haultain St to Begbie St) *NEW*
- Oaklands Connector [PDF] (Hillside Rd to Haultan Street) *NEW*
Learn more about the Richardson Street Project background and design approach.
See what the changes to the street will look like.
Coming 2022- Fort Street
In March 2021, Council approved the designs and route selections for the Jubilee neighbourhoods. These projects will be designed in 2021 and constructed in 2022. The concept drawings are located below.
- Fort Central [PDF](Cook St to Oak Bay Junction) *NEW*
- Fort Street East [PDF] (Oak Bay Junction to Foul Bay Rd] *NEW*
James Bay Cycling Routes - Public Consultation Completed
Over 1300 respondents participated in our digital survey and provided input through our virtual mapping tool on design and route options for cycling routes in James Bay at engage.victoria.ca. An additional 250 people participated in virtual meetings and provided written submissions. We appreciate you taking the time to get involved!
Staff are now reviewing the public feedback and continuing to work with agency partners to prepare recommendations for Council this summer.
Completed Projects History
|Location||Extent||Facility type||Open date|
|Pandora Avenue||Cook St - 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 St - 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 St - Douglas St||2-way protected bike lane||Aug 2019|
|Humboldt Street||Douglas St - Quadra St||Advisory bike lanes||Aug 2020|
|Humboldt Street||Quadra St - Pakington St||Shared-use neighbourhood bikeway||Aug 2020|
|Harbour Road||Johnson Street Bridge -
Galloping Goose trailhead
|2-way protected bike lane||
|Dallas Road||Dock St - Clover Point||Separated off-street pathway||
|Graham / Jackson||Bay St - Tolmie Ave||Shared-use neighbourhood bikeway||
|Vancouver Street||Bay St - Park Boulevard||Shared-use neighbourhood bikeway and 1-way protected bike lanes||
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