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The bulk of construction is now complete with some finishing work remaining. Watch for a grand opening in the spring of 2018. Read the latest update here .
Construction begins on the City's first ever, Bike Boulevard. See details here .
Intersection improvements begin starting with Squamish and Red Crow Blvd. in west Lethbridge. See details here.
A community Open House was held on April 11, 2017 to share information with residents on the plans for the bike boulevard and the intersection improvements. If you would still like to provide your feedback please view the materials below.
To view the community engagement activities and feedback received on the development of the Bike Boulevard please view our community engagement page .
About the Project
Purpose: To improve a number of intersections requiring upgrades throughout the city and enhance 7th Ave. S. with a bike boulevard making it cycling and pedestrian friendly.
This exciting project will include the development of the City of Lethbridge's first every bike boulevard. A bike boulevard is a street with low motorized traffic volumes and speeds. It is designed to give bicycle travel priority. Bike boulevards use signs, pavement markings and speed and volume management measures. They discourage through trips by motor vehicles and create safe and convenient bicycle crossings of busy arterial streets.
In 2017 and 2018, there will be a total of 13 intersections enhanced across the city. For some, this will include traffic signals and for others new, wider curbs.
The intersections targeted for improvements in 2017 include:
- Mayor Magrath Dr. S. & 40th Ave. S
- 6th Ave. S & 10th St. S
- 9th Ave. N & 18 St. N
- Bike Blvd s. (7th Ave. S. & 13th St. S.)
- 14th Ave. N & 28th St. N
The intersections targeted for improvements in 2018 include:
- Scenic S at 4 St S
- 28 St S at 28 Ave S
- 5 Ave S at 7 St S
- 6 Ave N at 28 St N
- 7 Ave N at 28 St N
- 8 Ave N at 28 St N
- 26 Ave N at 43 St N
- Red Crow Blvd W at Squamish Blvd W
- 3 Ave S at 12 'B' St S
|Capital Improvement Program
Robert Kovacs, Project Manager