Transportation Planning and Projects
Transportation at the City of Lethbridge delivers a number of services including identifying strategic improvement opportunities, assessing transportation needs that focus on implementing the Transportation Master Plan, and developing leading-edge policies on major transportation initiatives in the City.
Transportation Planning works with Planning and Development Services Department in the preparation of Municipal Development Plans (MDP), Urbanization Plans, Area Structure Plans (ASP), and Outline Plans. We also provide transportation comments and inputs to the Planning and Development Services Department on major development projects. Typically a Traffic Impact Study is required for the ASP, Outline Plan and Development Applications.
Documents & Studies
- Transportation Master Plan (TMP) – Approved by City Council April 2, 2013
- Design & Construction Standards
- Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) Manual
- 6th Avenue South Functional Planning Study
- Final report (2016)
- Report Appendices
- Mayor Magrath Drive Functional Planning Study
- Cycling Master Plan
- Lethbridge Circulation Road Study
- Emergency Traffic Management on Whoop-Up Drive
- Transportation Safety Plan
Construction and Rehab
Transportation looks after over 540 kilometres of paved roads including over 100km of pathways and 650km of sidewalks, 27km of gravel roads, over 12,500 lights, over 125 signals, over 8 kilometres of rail lines and over 50 bridges.
Our Annual Rehabilitation Programs consists of:
- Arterial Rehab Program\Overlay Program
- Bridge Program
- Community Lighting
- Traffic Signal Replacement
- Major Sidewalk Rehab Program
Transportation also builds new roads for growth, access to new development and upgrades existing roads to maintain level of level of service on arterial roads, which is approved by City Council every three years. Find out about current projects by searching the City’s Projects and Initiatives section or view the City Projects Map.
Cycling Master Plan
Lethbridge has a vibrant cycling community with many opportunities for recreational and commuter cycling.
Through it's Cycling Master Plan, the City of Lethbridge is committed to making cycling a realistic transportation option for all ages and abilities, contributing to our sustainable future. Find out more about cycling in Lethbridge.
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