Neighbourhood Greenway Reduced Speed Pilot

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Up to date information about Winnipeg's neighbourhood greenways is available on our neighbourhood greenways webpage.

Neighbourhood greenways are on-street routes designated to comfortably and safely move both cyclists and pedestrians and motor vehicles. Greenways typically include a range of treatments from low-impact things like signage, bike signals, and pavement markings to varying degrees of traffic calming including a best-practice speed limit of 30 km/h.

Winnipeg currently has 11 greenways, all of which operate with a speed limit of 50 km/h. The pilot has been in place since summer 2021 on four existing neighbourhood greenways:

Please note: this project is different from the Council-approved Enhanced Summer Bike Route Program which is in effect from May-October. Learn more here.

Up to date information about Winnipeg's neighbourhood greenways is available on our neighbourhood greenways webpage.

Neighbourhood greenways are on-street routes designated to comfortably and safely move both cyclists and pedestrians and motor vehicles. Greenways typically include a range of treatments from low-impact things like signage, bike signals, and pavement markings to varying degrees of traffic calming including a best-practice speed limit of 30 km/h.

Winnipeg currently has 11 greenways, all of which operate with a speed limit of 50 km/h. The pilot has been in place since summer 2021 on four existing neighbourhood greenways:

Please note: this project is different from the Council-approved Enhanced Summer Bike Route Program which is in effect from May-October. Learn more here.

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