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Active Transportion Network

Infrastructure Stimulus Program (2010)

Take a look at what's going on in the following areas:

*These maps are subject to change prior to tender.

Bike Boxes

While some of the above projects call for the installation of Bike Boxes, the City of Winnipeg is not currently in a position to make use of bike boxes. We have recently received the required approval from the Province of Manitoba and are currently developing the proper guidelines for their use. The use of bike boxes in locations where guidelines are met will be considered for future projects.


In December, 2009, Winnipeg City Council approved $20.4 million in capital funding to support an extensive active transportation network throughout the city. The funding comes from the three levels of government (the City, Province and Federal governments each contributing one-third, or $6.8 million). This active transportation program involves the creation of 35 projects that range from multi-use pathways to bike boulevards. When this program is completed by the end of this year, Winnipeggers will be able to access 375 km of active transportation routes.

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Last update: October 15, 2015