Frequently Asked Questions
No. There will be many opportunities for the Pedestrian and Cycling Strategies to be implemented through existing road renewal programs, development projects, major capital projects and other initiatives.
Also, to help implement the plan, the City should seek strategic partnerships from other levels of government, the development industry and integration of cycling and pedestrian improvements with other plans and projects.
The City needs to develop this yearly Pedestrian and Cycling Action Plan to identify upcoming projects and initiatives as part of its efforts to implement the Pedestrian and Cycling Strategies and keep it as a living document on an annual basis.
The Pedestrian and Cycling Strategies will provide direction for potential civic investments in infrastructure and support programs over the short, medium, and long-term, to help make walking and cycling in Winnipeg safe, convenient, attractive, and accessible.
This project will improve the quality of life for all Winnipeggers. The City needs a roadmap to prioritize infrastructure programs and policy to support a growing and dynamic City in which most people are either currently walking or cycling, or want to do more.
Encouraging walking and cycling creates countless community benefits. Providing greater access and options for walking, cycling and transit will lead to improved health, increased personal mobility, more liveable and socially active communities, and reduce the footprint on the environment and the climate.