Seine River Crossing
Identifying a new Pedestrian and Cycling Bridge Location
The goal of the Seine River Crossing study is to identify a preferred location for a new pedestrian and cycling crossing. An identified site would support the community’s vision for a Seine River pathway network and will increase connectivity in the community and to the broader pedestrian and cycling network.
The goal of the public engagement is to collect feedback throughout the design process to help determine the following:
- Location(s) of Seine River crossing;
- Pathway connections;
- Evaluation criteria.
We want to hear from you!
The project team has been meeting with community members and schools to gather information and knowledge about the area. Visit the "Timeline" tab to learn about how the project will continue.
An online survey and mapping tool were available from January 31 - February 20. The project team is currently reviewing all of the feedback received and a public engagement summary report will be posted on this page in the coming months.
We will come back with potential Seine River crossing locations in March 2017.
For further information or to provide your feedback you may contact:
David Jopling, Public Engagement Lead
On September 30, 2015, Council approved the motion to "continue to recognize and support the need for pedestrian/bike bridges over the Seine River." The Seine River Greenway Study, produced in 2000, identified proposed locations for Seine River pedestrian and cycling crossings. A study is recommended to identify the best location for a new crossing looking at previously proposed options as well as the possibility of new locations. This project will include engaging with the community to determine the optimal location for a new crossing.
This project will identify a preferred location for a new pedestrian and cycling crossing that will be the basis for the future design and construction of a bridge.
|School Workshop Invitation||2017-02-08||Community Letter|
|Community Mailout EN-FR||2017-02-01||Community Letter|
|Seine River Greenway Study||Winter 2000||Report|
|News Release||2017-02-01||News Release|