The City of Winnipeg has opened up public engagement for it’s St. Boniface to Downtown Walk/Bike Project. We’re asking you to fill in a survey and provide input through a mapping tool for the project that we’ll will link to below, but first we want to provide some background information and recommendations we have for the project. This study will identify options to improve
Learn about plans to provide improved cycling facilities over the Empress Overpass and along Empress from the Assiniboine Parkway to St. Mathews, and provide your feedback on the plans.
Bike Winnipeg invites you to attend one of two public information sessions exploring the potential for a Pedestrian/Bicycle Bridge over the Red River connecting Scotia Street (near Rupertsland) to Kildonan Drive (Bronx Pl.). The City of Winnipeg’s Pedestrian & Cycling Strategy calls for a dense, connected bicycle network to be developed over the next 20 years that will provide direct routes to key destinations.
Head down to the Forks for lunch with Public Works Chair Janice Lukes and discuss the 2016 Pedestrian & Cycling Plan. Bring your own lunch (or buy it there).