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16 Avenue and Home Road N.W. Upgrades


Project overview

In the spring of 2015, the community of Montgomery voiced concerns about poor sidewalks and crosswalks for pedestrians, and vehicles making illegal or unsafe left turns into parking lots along 16 Avenue N.W. between 46 Street N.W. and 49 Street N.W. Concerns regarding poor facilities and connections for cyclists along Home Road were also brought to light.

In an effort to address these concerns, The City prepared a preliminary design that was shared with the community for feedback at an open house in November 2015. After receiving feedback from the community, the design was revised and presented back to the community at a public information session hosted in June 2016.

The planned improvements for this area are meant to improve traffic operations by directing vehicles to follow designated traffic lanes, increase the safety of pedestrians trying to cross 16 Avenue N.W. at Home Rd, and prevent motor vehicle and pedestrian accidents from occurring.

The plans and conceptual drawings that were presented to the community can be viewed on the project engagement page. We are also including the bike lane design and the improvements along 16 Avenue N.W. that were revised using community feedback.

Looking southeast across the feature median on 16 Avenue N.W.
Looking east along 16 Avenue N.W. from 49 Street N.W.

Looking southeast across the feature median on 16 Avenue N.W.
Looking southeast across the feature median on 16 Avenue N.W.

Looking west along 16 Avenue N.W. at Home Road.

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Construction will begin in spring or summer 2017. It will take place in the following stages:

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Public engagement

Consultation with the community of Montgomery began in the spring of 2015. A series of meetings with the Montgomery Community Association took place throughout the design phase of the project. A public open house and information session were held to share the preliminary and final design with the community. For more information on the engagement that took place please visit the engagement page for this project.