November 17, 2021 - Update

Phase 2 stakeholder and public engagement for the Transportation Master Plan: 2050 has begun!

We are excited to share the key directions and strategies TMP2050 is proposing, and the options and opportunities they create for achieving the City’s transportation vision. Your feedback and input will help us ensure the draft TMP2050 document reflects your values and priorities, and address key concerns that Winnipeggers have with the current transportation network.

The directions and strategies that form the basis of our Phase 2 discussions were developed based on both what we heard in Phase 1 engagement and the outcomes of our five core technical studies. You can learn more and familiarize yourself with the topic prior to participating by reading the Key Directions & Strategies Booklet.

From November 17-23, 2021, we will once again meet with the Neighbourhood Advisory Groups and special interest stakeholder groups, with whom we engaged in Phase 1.

We are inviting Winnipeggers to learn more about the key directions and draft strategies at a telephone town hall, and to provide input through an online survey and at topic-based public workshops.

Online survey

November 17 through December 17, 2021
Do the TMP2050 draft strategies help achieve the City’s transportation vision? Can you visualize how the key directions would change the transportation network? How would your life be impacted by these changes? Take the online survey to share these thoughts and many more.

Information Session

Winnipeg’s Transportation Network 101: Telephone Town Hall
Phone-in event
Thursday, November 25, 7 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Winnipeggers told us that safety, reliability, and environmental sustainability are the most important considerations for our transportation network. Join an interactive discussion to hear an overview of how we used that feedback and what our technical studies told us, then participate in a live Q&A on the city's vision for transportation, how transportation planning aligns with the targets set out by OurWinnipeg and the Climate Action Plan, and what we all need to do to help move the city in the right direction.

Public Workshops

We are hosting four distinct public workshops because the directions and strategies we are engaging on in Phase 2 are so comprehensive, each workshop will focus on one or two key directions and how their associated strategies would foster a transportation system that better supports quality of life and safe, efficient, connected, and barrier-free movement of people and goods.

You are welcome to attend one or more workshops that most interest you.

The Connected City: Building a transportation network that supports people, communities and growth
Online Zoom event
Monday, November 29, 6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m.
This workshop will focus on the strategies, options, and opportunities related to two key directions: integrating land use and transportation and transforming and optimizing transportation corridors. Through an online presentation, live polls, and discussions, we will explore the concept of Complete Streets, as well as the relationship between transportation, development, and mobility for all people and modes. In talking about the proposed strategies, we will explore the central question: How do we design and build the network to help Winnipeggers get where they’re going, in a way that makes sense for them, their lifestyle, and their destination? and also discuss how we could use roadways more efficiently to move more people and goods using the same amount of space.

The Safe & Sustainable City: Supporting transportation equity
Online Zoom event
Tuesday, November 30, 6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m.
This workshop will focus on the strategies, options, and opportunities related to providing safe and sustainable mobility options for all. Through an online presentation, live polls, and discussions, we will explore how the City can make it easier for all Winnipeggers to move around. In talking about the proposed strategies, we will explore the central question: How do we remove barriers to transportation? and also discuss how a network that better supports mode choice could improve mobility for underserved Winnipeggers.

The Reliable City: Revitalizing the road and bridge network
Online Zoom event
Wednesday, December 1, 6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m.
This workshop will focus on the strategies, options, and opportunities related to revitalizing the road network and bridges. Through an online presentation, live polls, and discussions, we will explore how the City can improve, enhance, and build the network for longevity and a high level of service. In talking about the proposed strategies, we will explore the central question: How do we revitalize our road network and bridges to ensure infrastructure both supports growth and will serve Winnipeg well into the future? and will also discuss the proposed approach to future network growth.

The Active City: Updating the Pedestrian & Cycling Strategies
Online Zoom event
Thursday, December 2, 6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m.
This workshop will focus on the strategies, options, and opportunities related to enhancing active transportation opportunities. Through an online presentation, live polls, and discussions, we will explore the proposed update to the award-winning Pedestrian and Cycling Strategies and talk about how we can better support active mobility. In talking about the proposed strategies, we will explore the central question: How do we ensure long-term planning focuses on environmental sustainability and the need to shift away from our collective reliance on cars?
Register now

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
<span class="translation_missing" title="translation missing: en-US.projects.blog_posts.show.load_comment_text">Load Comment Text</span>