Come to a meeting about Oak Ave bike lanes

Come to a meeting about Oak Ave bike lanes

The South and North Jubilee Neighbourhood Associations are hosting a pair of meetings this week to learn about getting the Jubilee alignment options, including a potential protected bike lane on Oak Bay Ave within the City of Victoria.

Update: The meetings have passed but you can still comment at the City’s website: https://engage.victoria.ca/aaa-cycling-network

The South and North Jubilee Neighbourhood Associations are hosting a pair of meetings this week to learn about getting the Jubilee alignment options, including a potential protected bike lane on Oak Bay Ave within the City of Victoria.

Thursday, November 19th at 7pm


Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82156379404?pwd=aTdsZ2NFWWs4UGx4bkZjWTFVRUVMdz09Meeting ID: 821 5637 9404
Passcode: 744010

Saturday, November 21st at 1pm


Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84571543243?pwd=cXRjcWFRa0dJN0s2MkRqbjNPeFFCdz09
Meeting ID: 845 7154 3243
Passcode: 020989

More Details about the Corridors

There are three options: Fort St, Leighton Rd and Oak Bay Ave. Both Fort St and Oak Bay Ave would be protected bike lanes, while Leighton Rd would be shared.

Why do we support Oak Bay Ave?

We support Oak Bay Ave as the priority because of the need for bike routes to directly connect destinations such as our urban villages, as well as the lack of any existing bike lanes on the street.

More details here: https://engage.victoria.ca/aaa-cycling-network/survey_tools/jubilee-phase-2

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