Town of Canmore

Railway Avenue

Railway Avenue is due for rehabilitation work and at the same time we will be looking at a key transportation corridor to make sure that it aligns with the values set out in the Integrated Transportation Plan. The phasing of the work will depend on the final designs and may not all be implemented at one time, this is something that will be flushed out as we move through the design process. Some of the goals for this project include:

  • Enable a greater range of transportation options and opportunities for residents and visitors
  • Apply a functional and recognizable street design that accommodates all modes (walking, cycling, transit, goods movement, private passenger vehicles)
  • Best practice guidelines for street design that will enable 40% non-vehicular travel at peak times (summer, long weekends) (30% in winter months)
  • Increased focus on moving traffic and goods around the Town Centre, and people into the Town Centre and allow for greater activation of Main Street  

Get Involved

The project is in the concept design stage. A multi-step engagement process has been designed and is currently underway. We want to ensure we understand all of the issues and challenges users experience on this road so they can be fully considered and addressed in the recommended designs. The phasing of how the project will be implemented will be determined based on the budget process and the final designs. 

Phase One - Discovery

During this phase key stakeholders and residents were asked to identify their experiences while they are travelling along the corridor so that they can be considered and addressed in the initial concept design. This phase of engagement occurred during the spring and summer of 2018 and consisted of an online mapping tool, open house and stakeholder meetings. A report highlighting what was heard during this phase will be available soon.

Phase Two - Initial Concept Design Refinement

This phase of engagement will take place in January, 2019.

Questions

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