The Princess Protected Bike Lane project will carry out cycling, pedestrian and vehicular needs assessment studies. These include area stakeholder engagement, to develop recommendations for the City to complete the Princess Street protected bike connections from William Avenue to Higgins Avenue. Impacts and opportunities related to on-street parking will also be considered. The City has developed a proposed preliminary design of a protected bike
First of three-part series focuses on Winnipeggers’ appetite to bike & obstacles preventing use to commute WINNIPEG, July 24, 2018 – CAA Manitoba and Bike Winnipeg have partnered on a survey, conducted by Probe Research, to delve deep into the problems and the potential regarding Winnipeggers cycling to get around town. The surprising results reveal that not only is cycling becoming more mainstream in
Drop by the forks to provide your feedback on the recommended designs for the Downtown Protected Bike Lane Network and West Alexander Pedestrian & Cycling Corridor.
Visit one of the three pop-up engagement events and online to view the three options that have been designed to upgrade the existing bike lanes on Fort Street and Garry Street
Visit one of the three pop-up engagement events and online to view the three options that have been designed to upgrade the existing bike lanes on Fort Street and Garry Street.
Visit one of the 3 pop-up engagement events and to view the 3 options that have been designed to upgrade the existing bike lanes on Fort and Garry Streets.
Learn about Bike Winnipeg director Stephane Dorge’s plans for protected bike lanes on Provencher. Includes a screening of Stéphane Oystryk’s film FM Youth.
A Once in 25 Years Opportunity to Improve Transportation Options The reconstruction of Clarence Avenue between Marshall Bay (West Leg) and Pembina Highway in 2015 offers an opportunity to make improvements to pedestrian and cycling infrastructure on what will be an important neighbourhood connection to the buffered bike lanes planned along Pembina Highway and the planned Clarence Transit Station and Park & Ride site
Green Action Centre and Bike Winnipeg invite you to join us for a local viewing of the PeopleForBikes webinar:Rapid Implementation and Pilot Projects (Protected Lanes #4).