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City seeks feedback on potential cycling routes

​Local residents are invited to attend an upcoming community engagement session that will help inform the City of Lethbridge's new Cycling Master Plan.  Everyone is welcome to learn more and provide feedback.

Cycling community engagement session
June 8, 2016 | 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
City Hall Foyer, 910 - 4 Avenue South

Short presentations will be held every hour, on the hour (5:00, 6:00, and 7:00 p.m.) to briefly go over the project and talk about the draft routes.

During the session, participants can:

  • See on overview of feedback and research collected to-date
  • Review an outline of potential cycling routes
  • Explore suggested cycling infrastructure for the proposed routes
  • Ask questions and share ideas

Recognizing that community involvement is critical to the success of the Cycling Master Plan, the upcoming session is the second of three planned throughout the project.

In addition, there is an opportunity for residents to engage online by visiting This ongoing tool will be available to gather feedback from the public over the next several months.

The goal of the Cycling Master Plan is to make bike travel easier for Lethbridge residents. It will build upon work already gathered through the City of Lethbridge Bikeways and Pathways Master Plan, expanding it to dig deeper into specific cycling needs. 

The existing cycling network in Lethbridge consists of a number of multi-use pathways and on-street bike lanes on 13 St. N between 9 Ave. N and 26 Ave. N.  Developing more active ways to travel within the city and reducing dependency on single occupancy vehicle transportation is identified within the City of Lethbridge's strategic plans.

For more information on this project visit:

Media Contact:

Adam St. Amant, Project Manager | Phone: 403-320-3845