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The City is enhancing public spaces and balancing the roadway network in the Rossdale area to support all modes of transportation. The concept plan will be completed in 2022.
Thank you to those who participated and provided feedback at our June 23 online information session! Questions and answers from the event will be shared shortly.
Thank you to everyone who engaged with us in December 2021. Your input was taken into consideration as the project team prepared a draft concept design for the streets and avenues that balances the needs of all modes of transportation—walking, biking, taking transit and driving.
The design considers the connections of this important link of roadways for all users in and out of the Rossdale neighbourhood and the future River Crossing community, as well as the needs of commuters accessing downtown from the south and for those travelling east-west across the City.
The Rossdale Transportation Network project, identified in the River Crossing Business Plan, aims to enhance public spaces and design the roadway network for all modes of transportation, including people walking, biking, taking transit and driving. The design will consider the connections for this important link of roadways into and out of the Rossdale neighbourhood and for commuters accessing downtown from the south and for those travelling east-west across the City.
Concept planning is underway for the Rossdale Transportation Network to establish a plan that meets the community needs while balancing needs of businesses, active users in the area and those who commute through the area.
This project is currently funded for concept design. Public engagement opportunities will be available to help refine the concept design. Once funding is committed for further design and construction, additional public engagement opportunities will be available. There is currently no timeline for construction.
Thank you to everyone who engaged with us online in our survey and learning event.
Your feedback will be used to develop the concept design for the Rossdale area for all modes of transportation, including walking, wheeling, cycling, taking transit and driving, as well as streetscape improvements to the area.