Downtown Transportation Study

The City of Regina is conducting a Downtown Transportation Study. A well-attended public open house was held on Thursday, March 1st  at the Cornwall Centre to give residents an opportunity to provide their input.

The City wants to ensure the transportation system is able to respond to current and future needs. The  Study has been commissioned to identify and evaluate options to improve conditions for all users including pedestrians, cyclists, transit riders, automobiles and delivery vehicles.  It is being conducted in three phases.

  • Phase 1 will examine the operational challenges and opportunities, identify short term improvements for the 11th and 12th Avenue corridors, and whether to keep City Square plaza pedestrian-only.
  • Phases 2 & 3 will expand the analysis to include a larger area of downtown and will identify improvements for the short, medium and longer term.

The informational panels on display at the first, second and third open house.