2020 Bicycle Network Improvement Projects
The next phase of development for the City's bicycle network is focused on connecting All Ages and Abilities (AAA) infrastructure in the downtown core to residential neighbourhoods, employment centres, schools, parks, and recreation centres. Corridors that will be improved in 2020 include:
- Kings-Haultain corridor
- Government Street North
- Richardson Street
- Kimta Road
From October 11 to December 15, City staff collected feedback through online and in-person activities. Over 1,000 participants, including commuters, residents, and stakeholders provided input, suggestions, comments, and insights. The public feedback period is now closed, but to view the design concepts and details about engagement activities, visit the Have Your Say Engagement Platform
City staff is recording and reviewing thousands of comments and suggestions received through public consultation and will continue to refine the designs through continued consultation with agency partners and further technical analysis. All feedback received will be considered in the preparation of recommended design concepts, which will be presented to Council in early 2020.
Advisory Bike Lanes
Advisory bike lanes are a shared-use road design being considered for some of the 2020 corridors. This design is used in other countries and is being implemented more in cities in the US and Canada. This short video will explain how people in cars and on bikes share roads with advisory bike lanes.
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