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San Juan Greenway. Cycling and Walking. Centennial Trails Project. WJI PRODUCTIONS. Overview Map of San Juan Greenway. Blenkinsop Lake. Arbutus Cove. East Section. Overview. Hiking, Cycling and Walking – and cars! Route Starts at Arbutus Cove in Saanich

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San Juan Greenway

  • Cycling and Walking

Centennial Trails Project

  • WJI PRODUCTIONS


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Overview Map of San Juan Greenway

Blenkinsop

Lake

Arbutus

Cove

East Section


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Overview

Hiking, Cycling and Walking – and cars!

Route Starts at Arbutus Cove in Saanich

3.5km Route Follows San Juan Avenue

Route Ends at Glendenning Road


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Needs More Painted Road Signs

Currently, there are only 13 Painted Road signs

All 13 paints are in the first one kilometre of the 3.5km greenway

West of Tyndall Avenue, for 2.5km, there are no roadway paints


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West of Tyndall Ave is a park


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West of Tyndall Avenue


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Long-term Goals

The desired goal is Safety for Users

Define Cycling Lanes

Road Markings to Inform Drivers


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Columbia Drive Access Trail

VIEWED

NORTH


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Several North/South Roadsto Cross

Majestic

Drive


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The Present Situation

“Greenway” is a misnomer

The Route Simply Follows Roads

This Route Needs Safety Improvements for Cyclists


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Shelbourne Street Crossing

Note there are two lanes of traffic here:

Both Northbound

& Southbound Lanes

This Major Intersection Needs a Crossing Light


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All The Cyclist Gets for Safety is a Few Roadside Signs

Elnido Road

This one Reads:

“SHARE THE ROAD”


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Cedar Hill Road Crossing


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Harvest Lane Improvements

Between Harvest Lane & Parkside Crescent


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Winchester Between Parkside & Glendenning


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Mt. Douglas Parking Lot

Glendenning Road Connects the

San Juan Greenway

to the Blenkinsop Greenway

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. . . it too is a road with no provisions for cyclists

Glendenning Trailhead to San Juan Greenway


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Map to Blenkinsop Greenway


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Potential Alternatives

Bicycle lanes should be added

On-street parking should be curtailed

Additional Painted Roadway Signs


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Blenkinsop Greenway to Lochside

The Lochside Trail connects to the Galloping Goose Trail in another 3km southbound


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THE END

Thank you for considering this matter


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