The City is exploring the feasibility of adjustable bike lane curbs. Winnipeg is running a nine-month trial of adjustable bike lane curbs on existing bike lanes. The trial will include testing installation methods, monitoring maintenance including snow clearing and spring clean-up, and comfort level of users. These adjustable bike lane curbs will allow the City to install protected bike lanes, while still being able
Construction of a new, two-way protected bike lane along Garry Street with connections to the Exchange District on Notre Dame Avenue, Princess Street, and Arthur Street is underway and is expected to be complete in 2019. When complete, the new protected bike lane will provide a safe link from the Assiniboine Avenue cycle track to the Exchange District. The two-way bike lane will be physically separated
The Land Use Planning Workshop is designed to increase understanding of local planning and development processes among interested members of the public.
The Saskatchewan Avenue Omand’s Creek Bridge is slated for replacement in 2016. The Saskatchewan Avenue Omand’s Creek Bridge could become a lasting barrier if plans for a rehabilitation do not accommodate people on bikes.
Attend the Precinct K Public Forum to learn more about plans to develop over 600 acres of urban agricultural land in the southeast corner of Winnipeg.