Alert! City of Saskatoon Engagement Opportunities for cycling infrastructure!
Right now is a great time to have your voice heard when it comes to expanding active transportation infrastructure in Saskatoon. The City is currently seeking feedback on two projects, both of which could improve safety and connectivity for all who walk or roll Saskatoon without a car.
Please take some time to call for more separated lanes, traffic calming, and anything else that you think would improve your active transportation experience.
Connecting Avenue C
The following engagement activities are planned to help the city understand your preferences for the design of walking and cycling facilities on Avenue C.
There is a live ONLINE community engagement session tonight, Thursday, Nov. 17, from 7PM to 9PM.
Join using the Meeting Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82933715107.
Telephone call-in number: 1-780-666-0144; Meeting ID: 829 3371 5107
If you cannot attend tonight’s session (and it IS short notice), please do fill out the online survey before November 30, 2022: Connecting Avenue C Online Survey
For more information, you can head to the City of Saskatoon page here.
College Corridor Plan
The city received feedback on “public realm improvements” for the College Corridor and compiled and shared these in September.
They then developed a list of potential open space and streetscape improvements for the area. Now, they are requesting further opinion in prioritizing where resources should be focused when developing the plan.
You can share your preferences in one or both of the following surveys:
- Open Space survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/collegeopenspace
- Streetscape survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/collegestreetscape
The city will also be hosting a Survey Walk Through on Monday November 21, 2022 at 7:00 pm to assist those navigating the surveys. You can get more details on that session at the City’s College Corridor page here.
Please engage with these opportunities for feedback! Saskatoon Cycles is active in advocating for these kinds of potential expansions for active transportation infrastructure, but it helps a great deal to have broad public input supporting them as well!