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Infrastructure Stimulus Fund at Work in Manitoba (2009)

On September 11, 2009, Canada and Manitoba announced a joint investment of nearly $56 million ($27.3 million from the federal government and nearly $28.7 million from the provincial government) for 74 provincial and community infrastructure projects that will create jobs and help build stronger communities.

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Bikeway projects to be funded under the Infrastructure Stimulus Fund include:

Eugenie/Des Meurons Bikeway

The Eugenie/Des Meurons Bikeway is a new 4.3 km long bike boulevard that will serve as an important cycling route to connect St. Vital and St. Boniface to the Downtown.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

Kildonan Golf Course Pathway

The Kildonan Golf Course Pathway is a new 0.75 km long multi-use riverbank pathway that will run between Kildonan Golf Course and the Red River that will connect the North Winnipeg Parkway with Chief Peguis Bridge and the Kildonan Parkway.

The pathway will be constructed on the top of the primary dike between Kildonan Golf Course and the Red River between Kildonan Park and the Chief Peguis Bridge. The pathway will be 3.5 m in width, separated from the golf course by a chain link fence and will be surfaced in asphalt.

Somerville to Seel Pathway

The Somerville to Seel Pathway is a new 0.15 km long multi-use pathway that will connect the neighbourhoods of Beaumont and Buffalo.

The pathway will be constructed within the legally opened but undeveloped right-of-way between Somerville Ave and Seel Avenue. The pathway will be 3.5 m in width and will be surfaced in asphalt.

Dugald Pathway

The Dugald Road Pathway is a new 3.3 km long multi-use pathway that will help to connect Transcona to the rest of the City of Winnipeg.

The pathway will be constructed along the Dugald Road right-of-way. The pathway will be 3.5 m in width and will be surfaced in asphalt.

Brazier/Roch Bikeway

The Brazier/Roch Bikeway is a new 7.5 km long bike boulevard that serves as an alternative to cycling on Henderson Highway. Henderson Highway is a roadway poorly suited to cycling because of narrow lanes and heavy traffic speeds and volumes. The Brazier/Roch Bikeway will connect the western part of East Kildonan to the Downtown.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

Assiniboine Bikeway

The Assiniboine Avenue Bikeway is a new 0.8 km long bike boulevard that will serves as an important cycling route to connect the western part of Winnipeg to the Downtown.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

Dakota/Dunkirk Pathway Phase I

The Dakota Pathway is a new 3.5 km long multi-use pathway that, in conjunction with the Hay Bikeway, will connect St. Vital with the Downtown.

The pathway will be constructed along Dakota Street between Warde Avenue and Bishop Grandin Boulevard. The pathway will be 3.5 m in width and will be surfaced in asphalt.

Dakota/Dunkirk Pathway Phase II

The Dakota/Dunkirk Pathway is a new 2.25 km long multi-use pathway that, in conjunction with the Hay Bikeway, will connect St. Vital with the Downtown.

The pathway will be constructed along Dakota Street and Dunkirk Drive between Bishop Grandin Boulevard and Fermor Avenue. The pathway will be 3.5 m in width and will be surfaced in asphalt.

Sherwin Road Pathway

The Sherwin Road Pathway is a new 1.25 km long multi-use pathway that, in conjunction with the Berry Bikeway, and Silver Avenue Pathways serves to connect the northwest suburban area of Winnipeg to the Downtown, Airport and Red River College Campus.

The pathway will be constructed along Sherwin Road, between Saskatchewan Avenue and Notre Dame Avenue. The pathway will be 3.5 m in width and will be surfaced in asphalt.

Moray Street Pathway

The Moray Street Pathway is a new 0.9 km long multi-use pathway that will connect the western suburban area north of the Assiniboine River with the important employment area the Murray Industrial Park.

The pathway will be constructed along Moray Street, between Ness Avenue and Murray Park Road. The pathway will be 3.5 m in width and will be surfaced in asphalt.

Omand's Creek Bridge

The Omand’s Creek Bridge project is the replacement of an existing bridge that was constructed over Omand’s Creek just before the junction with the Assiniboine River. The current bridge is very low and floods each spring making it impassable for a significant time. The bridge functions as a very important connection on the north side of the Assiniboine River between St. James and Downtown Winnipeg.

Harrow Street Bikeway

The Harrow Street Bikeway is a new 2.5 km long bike boulevard that, in conjunction with the Fleet/Warsaw and Nassau Bikeways will serve to connect the River Heights and Fort Rouge neighbourhoods to the Downtown.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

Ellice/St. Matthews Bikeway

The Ellice/St. Mathews Bikeway is a new 5.5 km long bike boulevard that, in conjunction with the Silver Avenue Pathway serves to connect the northwest suburban area of Winnipeg to the Downtown.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

Bannatyne/McDermot Bikeway

The Bannatyne McDermot Bikeway is a new 8 km long bike boulevard that will be an important east west connection in Downtown Winnipeg, connecting the Health Sciences Centre with Waterfront Drive in the East Exchange District.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

Grosvenor Bikeway

The Grosvenor Bikeway is a new 3.5 km long bike boulevard that will be an important east west AT route within the River Heights and Fort Rouge neighbourhoods that serves as an alternative to Corydon Avenue. Corydon Avenue is a roadway poorly suited to cycling because of narrow lanes and heavy traffic speeds and volumes.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

Pritchard Bikeway

The Pritchard Bikeway is a new 6 km long bike boulevard that will be an important east west AT route within the north end of Winnipeg.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

Silver Avenue Bikeway

The Silver Avenue Pathway is a new 4.5 km long multi-use pathway that, together with the Ellice/St. Mathews Bikeway, will connect the western suburban area north of the Assiniboine River with the important shopping and employment areas of the Canadian Forces Base, the Airport, Polo Park and the Downtown.

The pathway will be constructed along the legally opened but undeveloped Silver Ave right-of-way, immediately south of the airport and Canadian Forces Base, between Sturgeon Road and Ferry Road. The pathway will be 3.5 m in width and will be surfaced in asphalt wherever possible.

Wilkes Avenue Pathway

The Wilkes Avenue Pathway is a new 0.75 km long multi-use pathway that will help to connect River Heights and Fort Rough to Fort Whyte Alive and Charleswood.

The pathway will be constructed along the Wilkes Avenue right-of-way between Victor Lewis Drive and Waverley Street. The pathway will be 3.5 m in width and will be surfaced in asphalt.

Sherbrook/Maryland Bike Lanes

The Sherbrook/Maryland Bikeway is a new 5 km long bike lanes that will be an important north south cycling route within the Downtown. Sherbrook Street is a one-way northbound street. Maryland Street is the corresponding one-way southbound street.

Machray Bikeway

The Machray Avenue Bikeway is a new 6 km long bike boulevard that will be an important east west AT route within the north end of Winnipeg.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

Seine River Pathway

The Seine River Pathway is a new approximately 2 km granular surfaced pathway along the west bank of the Seine River in St. Vital. The pathway will run between Shorehill Drive and Creek Bend Road.

St. Charles/Flora Bikeway

The St. Charles/Flora Bikeway is a new 0.7 km long bike boulevard that will allow the connection of the North End with the Downtown and the rest of Winnipeg.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

Jubilee Bikeway

The Jubilee Bikeway is a new 0.8 km long bike boulevard that will complete a missing link to connect St. Vital and Fort Garry to the Forks in Downtown Winnipeg.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

Nassau Bikeway

The Nassau Street Bikeway is a new 1.5 km long bike boulevard that, in conjunction with the Fleet/Warsaw and Harrow Bikeways will serve to connect the River Heights and Fort Rouge neighbourhoods to the Downtown.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

Hay Street Bikeway

The Hay Street Bikeway is a new 1.5 km long bike boulevard that serves as an alternative to cycling on Osborne Street. Osborne Street is a roadway poorly suited to cycling because of narrow lanes and heavy traffic speeds and volumes. The Hay Bikeway will connect St Vital to the Downtown.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

Lagimodiere Pathway

The Lagimodiere Pathway is a new 1.75 km long multi-use pathway that will connect the Niakwa Trail with the Bishop Grandin Greenway Trail and will connect the Southland Park neighbourhood to the rest of Winnipeg with active transportation facilities for the first time.

The pathway will be constructed along Lagimodiere Boulevard between Fermor Avenue and Bishop Grandin Boulevard. The pathway will be 3.5 m in width and will be surfaced in asphalt.

Fleet/Warsaw Bikeway

The Fleet/Warsaw Bikeway is a new 3.5 km long bike boulevard that will be an important east west AT route within the River Heights and Fort Rouge neighbourhoods that serves as an alternative to Grant Avenue. Grant Avenue is a roadway poorly suited to cycling because of narrow lanes and heavy traffic speeds and volumes.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

St. Mary Avenue Bike Lane

The St. Mary Avenue Bikeway is a new 1.5 km long bike lane that will be an important east/west AT connection within the Downtown. York Avenue is a one-way eastbound street. St. Mary Avenue is the corresponding one-way westbound street.

Transcona Trail Phase I

The Transcona Trail Phase I is a new 3 km long multi-use pathway that together with the Transcona Trail Phase II, will connect the eastern suburban area of Transcona with the rest of the City.

The pathway will be constructed south of the CEMR Pine Falls rail line corridor between Regent Avenue and the Day Street. The pathway will be 3.5 m in width and will be surfaced in asphalt.

Transcona Trail Phase II

The Transcona Trail Phase II is a new 2.75 km long multi-use pathway that, together with the Transcona Trail Phase I, will connect the eastern suburban area of Transcona with the rest of the City.

The pathway will be constructed along the recently purchased abandoned rail line corridor, located between the Manitoba Hydro Right-of-way and the north edge of Transcona, between Day Street and the Perimeter Highway. The pathway will be 3.5 m in width and will be surfaced in asphalt.

Archibald Pathway

The Archibald Pathway is a new 2 km long multi-use pathway that will connect St. Boniface and St. Vital to the Downtown.

The pathway will be constructed along Rue Archibald between Fermor Avenue and Guilbault Street. The pathway will be 3.5 m in width and will be surfaced in asphalt wherever possible.

Waverley Pathway

The Waverley Street Pathway is a new 0.25 km long multi-use pathway that will complete the Waverley Pathway between Taylor Avenue and McGillivray Boulevard.

The pathway will be constructed along the Waverley Street right-of-way between Buffalo Place and the Apache Business Park. The pathway will be 3.5 m in width and will be surfaced in asphalt.

Berry Street Bikeway

The Berry Street Bikeway is a new 1.75 km long bike boulevard that, in conjunction with the Sherwin Road, and Silver Avenue Pathways serves to connect the northwest suburban area of Winnipeg to the Downtown, Airport and Red River College Campus.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

Kildare Avenue Bikeway

The Kildare Avenue Bikeway is a new 4.5 km long bike boulevard that will serves as an important east/west cycling route in Transcona.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

York Avenue Bike Lanes

The York Avenue Bikeway is a new 1.3 km long bike boulevard that will be an important east/west AT connection within the Downtown. York Avenue is a one-way eastbound street. St. Mary Avenue is the corresponding one-way westbound street.

Alexander/Pacific Bikeway

The Alexander/Pacific Bikeway is a new 6 km long bike boulevard that will connect the two Red River College Campuses as well as the north west end of the City to Downtown.

Bike Boulevards are streets where some type of traffic calming has been implemented to discourage non-local automobile traffic and to encourage cycling and pedestrian transportation.

Bison Drive Pathway

The Bison Drive Pathway is a new 0.6 km long multi-use pathway that will connect the University of Manitoba with the new developing neighbourhood of Waverley West.

The pathway will be constructed along Bison Drive between Pembina Highway and Barnes Street. The pathway will be 3.5 m in width and will be surfaced in asphalt.

Last update: September 4, 2015