St. Boniface to Downtown Walk Bike Project

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The City of Winnipeg (the City) is committed to building pedestrian and cycling infrastructure for people of all ages and abilities. Building on the Council-approved Pedestrian and Cycling Strategies, this project is exploring options to improve travel choices, accessibility, and connectivity between the Esplanade Riel Footbridge / Provencher Bridge and the multi-use path on Archibald Street south of Nairn Avenue. The study will also include connections to the Southeast Corridor, Taché Promenade, and Notre Dame Street active transportation bridge over the Seine River.

The City of Winnipeg (the City) is committed to building pedestrian and cycling infrastructure for people of all ages and abilities. Building on the Council-approved Pedestrian and Cycling Strategies, this project is exploring options to improve travel choices, accessibility, and connectivity between the Esplanade Riel Footbridge / Provencher Bridge and the multi-use path on Archibald Street south of Nairn Avenue. The study will also include connections to the Southeast Corridor, Taché Promenade, and Notre Dame Street active transportation bridge over the Seine River.

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St. B to Downtown Walk Bike Project Phase 2 Map

6 months

As part of Phase 2 engagement, we are asking for feedback on three possible routing options west of the Seine River and a single recommended design east of the Seine River. 

We want you to identify what you like and/or dislike about each route. 

To use the tool:

  1. Select a pin based on the kind of comment you would like to provide by clicking on the “+” sign from the menu on the left.
  2. Leave a comment to further explain your pin.
  3. Use the dropdown menu to confirm the transportation type. Example: car, commercial, vehicle, bike, or all. 

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

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

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Study Area


Option A: Provencher Boulevard


Option B: A combination route with parallel routes on both de la Cathedrale Avenue and Notre Dame Street


Option C: A combination route with parallel routes on both de la Cathedrale and Dumoulin Street


East recommended design: Nadeau Street / Notre Dame Street / La Fleche Street / La Verendrye Street to connect to Archibald Street


CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.
Page last updated: 02 Nov 2022, 09:47 AM