The Path Forward

An integrated approach to land use and transportation maximizes the effectiveness of its transportation infrastructure, creating an efficient, sustainable and vibrant city. Read more.

The Path Forward

Transportation Choice

Today, the predominant mode of travel in the City of Winnipeg is by private automobile, a trend that began in the 1960s as development patterns became more auto-oriented. Providing greater transportation choice will be the key to reducing Winnipeg’s reliance on automobile travel. The City has already moved toward increased choice by investing in quality transit corridors, taking the first steps toward rapid transit, and pursuing significant improvements to the active transportation network. By increasing transportation choice, the quality of life, economic vitality, and system efficiency can be significantly improved.

Active Transportation Network

Transportation Master Plan Approved by Council - Nov. 16, 2011

The Transportation Master Plan (TMP) was approved by Winnipeg City Council at its November 16, 2011 meeting. This plan sets out a long-term strategy to guide the planning, development, renewal and maintenance of a multimodal transportation system in a manner that is consistent with projected needs, and aligned with the City’s growth and the overall vision for a sustainable Winnipeg and region. The council-approved TMP replaces all previous versions that have appeared on this web site. Read more

Transportation Master Plan Amendments

The Following amendments have been made by Council to the Transportation Master Plan since its approval:

November 16, 2011 (Council Minutes):

  • An additional strategic goal related to gas emissions was added;
  • The Southwest Rapid Transit Corridor was moved to the short term timeframe;
  • The East Rapid Transit Corridor was moved to the medium term timeframe;
  • The Marion-Goulet Connection was renamed.

April 25, 2012 (Notice of Motions):

  • Chief Peguis Trail Extension from Main St. to McPhillips Street was moved to the short term timeframe;
  • Chief Peguis Trail Extension from McPhillips Street to Route 90 was moved to the short term timeframe;
  • William R. Clement Parkway from Grant Ave. to Wilkes Ave. was moved to the short term timeframe.

March 20, 2013 (Council Minutes):

  • The alignment of the Southwest Rapid Transit Corridor is to extending westward through the Parker Lands and southeastward along the Manitoba Hydro Corridor.

Moving Winnipeg Toward 2031

The third and final Transportation Master Plan (TMP) public Open House was held on November 2, 2011. The Open House provided the opportunity to present to the public the recommended Transportation Master Plan (TMP), a long-term strategy to guide the planning, development, renewal and maintenance of a multi-modal transportation system in a manner that is consistent with projected needs, and aligned with the City’s growth and the overall vision for a sustainable Winnipeg and region.

Please click here to view a copy of the information that was displayed at the November 2, 2011 Open House.

 

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