The City is building a new network of all ages and abilities cycling infrastructure.
The goal is to improve road safety for people on bikes and connect the downtown core with schools, parks, community centres and other destinations.
Planning is now underway for the next phase of capital projects in the All Ages and Abilities cycling network.
Starting August 15, you are invited to provide preliminary feedback on route selection in the Jubilee neighbourhood. This early phase of engagement intends to collect some preliminary input and insights to inform full-length design concepts which will be shared with the public later this fall during a second phase of engagement on this project.
Visit the cycling network project page on the City's engagement platform to access the virtulal introductory video and online survey. Additional information is available in this Jubilee Additional Resources document.
Stay tuned to engage.vctoria.ca for more updates on opportunities for public consultation.
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 via email, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be added to the 2020 construction updates mailing list.
Approved designs on Kings-Haultain, Kimta/E&N, Government Street North, and Richardson Street.
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.
- Kings-Haultain corridor [PDF] (Douglas to Richmond Rd)
- Kimta Road/E&N Connector [PDF] (Johnson Street Bridge to E&N regional trail)
- Government Street North [PDF] (Pandora to Gorge Rd)
- Richardson Street [PDF] (Vancouver to Foul Bay Rd)
To learn more about the approved detailed designs, click on each of the corridor links above.
Dallas Road - Temporary designation as a multi-use trail
On July 9, 2020 Council also approved a recommendation to designate the Dallas Road cycling facility as a temporary multi-use trail for a period of 18 months. The recommendation came from staff in response to an increased demand for outdoor space in light of COVID-19 and balances City priorities around accessible spaces and ecological restoration in the park.
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Status: Designs Approved by Council, funding to be considered as part of the 2021 Financial Planning process in Fall 2020.
Status: Construction starting in Summer 2020.
Status: Phased opening.
Clover Point to Lewis Street: OPEN.
Lewis Street to Ogden Point: Pending completion of balustrate project, expected opening in Fall 2020.
Looking for a primer on the new network, how we got here and what's next? Click the links below to expand the answer and be sure to visit the corridor pages in the navigation for a closer look at specific routes.