ABOUT THE PROJECT

The City is working on concepts to make 19 Avenue S.E. and 28 Street S.E. friendly for people who walk, wheel (bicycles, scooters, etc.) and drive. These concepts will include adding traffic calming measures (e.g. curb extensions, sidewalks and wheeling facilities) and improving crossings and traffic controls along the corridor. We are now gathering feedback from the community to refine the concepts.


19 Avenue S.E.

Objectives

The 19 Avenue S.E. corridor improvements will provide a retrofit complete street to support area investments in transit and business development along 17 Avenue S.E. as well as provide a network connection between existing regional wheeling facilities and help calm traffic. The City is working on concepts to improve transportation options along the 19 Avenue S.E. corridor, consisting of:

  • 19 Avenue S.E., between 26 and 48 Street S.E.
  • 48 Street S.E., between 19 and 20 Avenue S.E.
  • 20 Avenue S.E., between 48 and 52 Street S.E.

Click on the survey tab to view the map concepts, place pins to show where on the corridor you want to show the project team a specific item and provide your feedback to the questions.

19 Avenue S.E. Survey


Feedback is closed. Thank you for your input, a What We Heard Report will be available here in Fall 2020.


Please give us your feedback on the improvements suggested for the 19 Avenue S.E., corridor both in the questions and on the maps provided.
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They City is considering two different wheeling facility options to separate those who wheel from those who drive. Option A keeps those who wheel at the same level as the cars but uses a small curb and delineators to create a physical separation. Option B raises the wheeling facility so that those who wheel are above the cars and close to or at the same level as those who walk. Although there are many technical considerations that will influence final designs, we would like to know what you think.

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28 Street S.E.

Objectives

The 28 Street S.E. corridor improvements will provide a connection between 17 Avenue S.E. and the Franklin LRT Station for those wheeling (bike, scooters, etc), and provide improvements to selected crossings to enhance the pedestrian experience. The City is working on concepts to improve transportation connectivity along the 28 Street S.E. corridor, from:

  • Radcliffe Drive S.E. (Franklin LRT Station) to 19 Avenue S.E. (17 Ave BRT Station)


Click on the survey tab to view the concepts and provide your feedback.

28 Street S.E. Survey


Feedback is closed. Thank you for your input, a What We Heard Report will be available here in Fall 2020.


Please give us your feedback on the improvements suggested for the 28 Street S.E. corridor, both in the questions and on the map provided.
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NEXT STEPS

Thank you to everyone who shared their ideas and provided feedback. A What We Heard report summarizing all feedback received will be available on this page Fall 2020. Check back here to see how feedback was used in our final designs.

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