CPR Yards Crossing Study

The Arlington Bridge is coming to the end of its useable life and fixing it is not possible. The goal of this study is to determine the best possible plan to move people and goods safely and efficiently across the CPR Yards when the Arlington Bridge closes.

The CPR Yards Crossing Study will look at a number of options for a new crossing in the area and at improving existing crossings of the CPR Yards between McPhillips Street and Salter Street  (www.winnipeg.ca).


BW logoBike Winnipeg would like to invite you to share your hopes and expectations for better bicycle crossing options across the CPR Yards.

Whether you are a regular cyclist, occasional cyclist, or even just someone who is interested in riding their bike, we want you to share your aspirations for bicycle friendly infrastructure that should be included in this and future projects.

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