Getting around Downtown - Bike routes

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Getting around Downtown - Bike routes

We are desigining three key bike routes Downtown to improve connectivity to, from, and within the Downtown:

  • St. Mary Avenue and York Avenue
  • Notre Dame Avenue and Cumberland Avenue
  • William Stephenson Way

We are also looking at cycling infrastructure on Graham Avenue as part of Re-imagining Graham Avenue.

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Getting around Downtown - Bike routes

We are desigining three key bike routes Downtown to improve connectivity to, from, and within the Downtown:

  • St. Mary Avenue and York Avenue
  • Notre Dame Avenue and Cumberland Avenue
  • William Stephenson Way

We are also looking at cycling infrastructure on Graham Avenue as part of Re-imagining Graham Avenue.

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  • Phase 2 Downtown bike route engagement closed

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    Thank you to all who participated in public engagement. Public engagement opportunities included:

    • Virtual event
    • Online survey
    • Interactive mapping tool


    We are currently reviewing feedback. We will post an engagement summary online that outlines what we heard and how it was considered.

  • Provide your feedback

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    In Phase 1, your feedback helped us better understand what we should keep in mind when designing Downtown bike routes.

    During this phase of engagement, we want your feedback on options for two specific bike routes:

    • St. Mary Avenue and York Avenue
    • Notre Dame Avenue and Cumberland Avenue


    Your feedback will help determine the best option and refine the design for each route. Share your thoughts by February 16, 2024.

    Get involved


    Virtual event

    Date: Wednesday, February 7, 2024
    Time: 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
    Format: Presentation followed by Q&A
    Location: Zoom
    Register

    If you can’t attend the virtual event and need more information to be able to provide your feedback, contact the project team:

    Email: centreplan2050@winnipeg.ca

    Phone: 204-986-4243

  • Phase 1 what we heard

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    During Phase 1 engagement, we asked for feedback on the five key themes of CentrePlan 2050. You shared feedback about our Downtown streets and design of proposed bike routes.

    What we heard will help to draft goals and actions that will shape how we experience Downtown streets. This includes creating a Streetscape Design Standards Manual. The manual will help plan how our streets will look and function over the long-term. Feedback from Phase 1 will also help to better understand what we need to consider when designing bike routes Downtown.

    Read the Phase 1 public engagement summary and appendices for an overview of what we heard.

    In Phase 2, we will get feedback from Winnipeggers on options for two Downtown bike routes.

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