The Cycling Corridor Functional Planning Study was adopted by City Council on April 6, 2020.
The Cycling Corridor Functional Planning Study is now on Get Involved Lethbridge.
Cycling Open House
On Tuesday October 16, 2018 a community Open House was held to at City Hall to present various options to each identified
September 2018 - Residents can give feedback on the initial plans of the Cycling Corridor Functional Planning Study in person or online.
In person community engagement
- Friday, Sept 21 | 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. | 4 Ave S and 6 St S
- Saturday, Sept 22 | 8 a.m. to 12 noon | Farmers' Market, Exhibition Park
- Saturday, Sept 22 | 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. | Word on the Street Festival, Lethbridge Public Library Main Branch
Online community engagement
The online survey closes October 31, 2018.
About the Project
The focus of this study is to plan on-street,
commuter cycling routes through Lethbridge connecting to key
pathways and existing roadways as outlined in the City's Cycling Master Plan. This project will look at
both on-street dedicated cycling lanes and shared cycling lanes.
The scope of this study will identify cycling infrastructure along the major corridors of the cycling network identified in the first three stages of the Cycling Master Plan. These include:
- 4 Ave. S from Scenic Dr. S to Stafford Dr. S
- 6 St. S from 3 Ave. S to 7 Ave. S
- Stafford Dr. from 5 Ave. N to 7 Ave. S (excluding Highway 3 and Canadian Pacific Railway bridge crossings)
- 2A Ave. N from Stafford Dr. N to 13 St. N
- Highway 3/1 Ave. S from Mayor Magrath Dr. to 32 St. S
Gathering input from public and stakeholders will be a vital part of this project. Community engagement will help identify existing concerns and issues along the corridors, develop options and test different solution to determine the preferred design.
This planning project is part of the City's 2018-2027 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and is included in the overall budget for the Bikeways/Pathways/Sidewalks Along Roadways initiative (C-6).
|City of Lethbridge Capital Improvement Program (CIP)
Cycling Master Plan
Cycling Master Plan Maps
2018-2027 Capital Improvement Program
Adam St. Amant, Project Manager