The City is committed to promoting active transportation and providing transportation choices that are safe and comfortable for people of all ages and abilities year-round.
The Neighbourhood Bikeways Project was initiated in February 2020 to help identify measures to provide more travel choices and improve safety, accessibility and connectivity. The project included the evaluation and design of walking and cycling facility improvements for 14th Street, from Saskatchewan Crescent to Cumberland Avenue.
Thank you to everyone that has provided input so far. We received your feedback via Saskatoon.ca/engage, email, phone calls and in-person at the first meeting held on March 4, 2020.
We considered all of the concerns and feedback as we developed designs for the study area corridors. Information from the first round of engagement can be found at Saskatoon.ca/engage
The proposed design for 14th Street will be discussed at the Teams Live meeting and posted to Saskatoon.ca/engage after the meeting date. We would appreciate the opportunity to get your thoughts on our draft design. There are two ways to participate and provide us with your feedback:
Microsoft Teams Live Event
Thursday, September 17th, 7:00 pm
Link to the meeting is available at Saskatoon.ca/engage
You do not need to download the app to participate.
Note that the meeting will be recorded and posted to the engage page.
Go to www.saskatoon.ca/engage
In the Filter Projects drop down menu select Neighbourhood Bikeways Project. Click Apply.
Click on the project tile to open the Engage page.
To join the discussion, log in with your Disqus, Facebook, Twitter or Google account.
You may also submit your comments directly:
Informational videos about the Bikeways project will be posted to the Engage Page one week prior to the meeting.