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Interactive guided walk/bike tour planned for Wolseley June 13

Public engagement event focuses on Wolseley to Downtown Corridor Project

June 7, 2019


Taking an in-person tour can be a valuable way to learn about something. That’s why the City of Winnipeg is hosting a walk/bike tour in Wolseley on June 13.

The tour is part of the second phase of the Wolseley to Downtown Walk Bike Project public engagement process. The project will identify options to improve travel choices, accessibility, and connectivity in the Wolseley neighbourhood.

“It’s through this interactive workshop, residents will have the chance to walk or bike through the study area, ask questions, see what is being proposed first hand, and provide feedback,” said Christopher Baker, the City’s acting Active Transportation Coordinator.

This workshop will be led by transportation planners, and information gathered through will then be used to help refine the proposed designs.

The tour runs from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and begins at the corner of Raglan Road and Wolseley Avenue. Interested participants should RSVP online ahead of time.

In addition to the walk/bike tour, several pop-up engagement events are planned. Residents can also provide feedback through an online survey running until June 21.