Lake-to-Lake Bike Route Construction

Important: Please note the Lake-to-Lake Bike Route is not open or usable until the traffic signals are in place. Temporary barriers will be blocking the route until it is complete and safe to use. Watch this page for updates.

Construction is now underway on sections 3 and 4 of the Lake-to-Lake Bike Route. This includes the portion starting from Lakeshore Drive along Martin Street and Fairview Road to Duncan Avenue. Note that plans for sections 1 and 2 of the route, which would complete the connection to Skaha Lake, are still in the works.  Further details about the project are outlined below.


Construction Information

Lake-to-Lake Route: Changes along the Route

New features are being added along the route to ensure the safety of cyclists, pedestrians and motorists. In addition, upgrades to intersections, line painting, lighting upgrades, flashing beacons, wayfinding signage and additional concrete curbs are being added.

Scroll through the items below for further information about what to expect once fully operational. For more specific information about certain intersections, you can review the detailed design for sections 3 and 4.

Building the Bike Route in Waves

The following is a summary of the key activities that will take place to build the bike route. Road construction normally occurs block-by-block to expedite the work and minimize disruption. As the bike lanes are long and narrow, the work is stretched across several blocks and will occur in waves with the following activities overlapping. 

Frequently Asked Questions

The City has received a number of questions about the Lake-to-Lake Bike Route since construction has started. Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions. Email if you have any additional questions. 


Contact Us

For questions about bike lanes, contact the Engineering Department. To make a suggestion or report a concern, please use our online form

Engineering Department