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.

Back to CentrePlan 2050

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St. Mary Avenue and York Avenue Bike Route

3 months

Two options for protected bike lanes on St. Mary Avenue and York Avenue are being considered:

  • One-way protected bike lanes on St. Mary Avenue and York Avenue
  • Two-way protected bike lane on York Avenue

Learn more about the options and then add a pin to the map to share your input. You can also add a pin to the Notre Dame Avenue and Cumberland Avenue bike route map.

To use this tool:

  1. Zoom in on the map as needed. Click on existing routes (light blue) to read the type of cycling infrastructure. The proposed options are dark blue and yellow (see the legend below). 
  2. Add a pin to the map by clicking on the “+” sign from the menu on the left. Drag a pin to identify things we need to consider at specific locations on the route.
  3. Leave a comment to further explain your pin.

Legend Dark blue = preferred route, yellow = alternate route, light blue = existing bike lane

Take the survey

If you haven’t yet, please take the survey to tell us more.

How can we help?

If you have any questions or require an alternate format to participate, please contact centreplan2050@winnipeg.ca or 204-986-4243.

CLOSED: The Phase 2 Downtown bike route engagement has concluded.
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Notre Dame Avenue and Cumberland Avenue Bike Route

3 months

Two options for protected bike lanes on Notre Dame Avenue and Cumberland Avenue are being considered:

  • Two-way protected bike lane on the south side of Cumberland Avenue 
  • Two-way protected bike lane on the north side of Cumberland Avenue 

Both options include a two-way protected bike lane on the north side of Notre Dame Avenue between Carlton Street and Adelaide Street. 

Learn more about the options and then add a pin to the map to share your input. You can also add a pin to the St. Mary Avenue and York Avenue bike route map.

To use this tool:

  1. Zoom in on the map as needed. Click on existing routes (light blue) to read the type of cycling infrastructure. The proposed options are dark blue (see the legend below). 
  2. Add a pin to the map by clicking on the “+” sign from the menu on the left. Drag a pin to identify things we need to consider at specific locations on the route.
  3. Leave a comment to further explain your pin.

Legend

Dark blue = option 1 and 2, light blue = existing bike lane

Take the survey

If you haven’t yet, please take the survey to tell us more.

How can we help?

If you have any questions or require an alternate format to participate, please contact centreplan2050@winnipeg.ca or 204-986-4243.


 

CLOSED: The Phase 2 Downtown bike route engagement has concluded.
Page last updated: 24 May 2024, 03:49 PM