Winnipeg Pedestrian and Cycling Strategies Open Houses

Save the date and don’t miss these public open houses!

This is your opportunity to hear about the draft City-wide bicycle and pedestrian network as well as the draft recommendations for new City policies related to Active Transportation.

Saturday April 12th 11 am to 4 pm –  Manitoba Theatre for Young People

Tuesday April 15th –  3 pm to 8 pm – Sinclair Park Community Centre

Tuesday April 15th – 3 pm to 8 pm – Manitoba Hydro Place Atrium 

The City of Winnipeg is continuing to develop Pedestrian and Cycling Strategies. There has been great progress to date with a comprehensive public engagement process that has demonstrated a need for these Strategies to enhance walking and cycling as sage, viable and attractive transportation choices.

The City has received valuable input from over 2,200 Winnipeggers to help identify the walking and cycling needs and wants for citizens. A targeted stakeholder workshop was also completed with representation from the education, tourism, development, health, environment, accessibility, and business communities, as well as inner city and suburban organizations, and new Canadians.

The public can continue to participate in this project by:

                  

 

 

 

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