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Use the City's Multi-Use Pathways

Children riding bikes on bike pathEveryone comments on Regina’s beautiful pathways and park systems. Experience the beauty for yourself by using the many multi-use pathways and bicycle routes that criss-cross Regina.

Cyclists, walkers, runners, skateboarders, roller skaters/bladers and skiers all use Regina’s multi-use pathway system. 

The City's interactive map of our multi-use pathway system is coloured coded to indicate the City's plans to clear snow off selected pathways during the winter months:

  • green lines represent pathways that are cleared during the winter
  • gold lines represent pathways that are not cleared of snow 
  • red lines represent pathways that are partially cleared

When a park is designated for snow clearing, it may mean that only one route is cleared though the park. Pathways are considered for clearing if they are a multi-use pathway or high-use connector pathway to locations like schools, recreations centers and business areas. Not all neighbourhood park paths are cleared.

Please note that bicycle routes like the ones on Lorne Street are cleared of snow at the same time that roads are cleared.

You can download and print this Multi-Use Pathway map.

North Storm Channel Pathway
Doiron Avenue - Dorothy Street (Venture and Pines of Normanview Parks) 1.0 km
Dorothy Street - 7th Avenue North (Murphy and Ruth M. Buck Parks) 1.1 km
7th Avenue North - McCarthy Boulevard (Button Park) 0.6 km

McCarthy Boulevard - McIntosh Street (Ken Jenkins Park)

1.0 km
McIntosh Street to Arthur Street (Arthur Park) 0.4 km
Arthur Street - 2nd Avenue North (Ellison Park) 0.4 km
Northwest Link
Rink Avenue - 9th Avenue North 0.4 km
9th Avenue North - Sherwood Drive 0.3 km
Sherwood Drive - 1st Avenue North 0.6 km

1st Avenue North - Ritter Avenue

1.4 km
Devonian Pathway
Ritter Avenue - McCarthy Boulevard (AE Wilson Park West) 1.4 km
McCarthy Boulevard - Dewdney Avenue (AE Wilson Park East) 0.8 km
Dewdney Avenue - 13th Avenue (Grassick, Optimist, Empress and Rambler Extension Parks) 2 km
13th Avenue - Lewvan Drive 1.0 km
Lewvan Drive - Albert Street (Les Sherman, Kiwanis and Rotary Parks) 2.6 km
Wascana Centre Pathway
Albert Street - Broad Street 2.0 km
Broad Street North - Highway #1 Bypass 3.5 km
Broad Street North - Broad Street South (west lake loop) 4.0 km
Pathway along Pilot Butte Creek
Prince of Wales Drive - Assiniboine Avenue (Wascana Creek and Selinger Parks) 1.8 km
Assiniboine Avenue - Arcola Avenue (Pilot Butte Creek South) 1.1 km
Arcola Avenue - Truesdale Drive (Pilot Butte Creek North) 0.3 km
Truesdale Drive - Arens Road (Pilot Butte Creek North) 0.8 km
Heseltine Road - Heseltine Road (Riverbend Park) 0.5 km
Fines Drive - McVeety Drive (Fines Drive Park and Creekside Park) 1.1 km
South Storm Channel Pathway
Lakeview Avenue - Parliament Avenue (Parliament Parks North and South) 0.8 km
Parliament Avenue - Rae Street (Rae Park) 0.5 km
Harbour Landing Storm Channel Pathway
Parliament Avenue - James Hill Road 2.4 km
Other individual pathways
Wascana View Pathway 2.4 km
Around Rochdale Lake 0.8 km
Lakewood Lake Pathway 0.6 km
Parkridge Park 0.5 km
Patricia Park and Pony Park 1.6 km

Prince William Park (Arens Road south, around the west side of the lake, exiting at the corner of Woodhams Drive and Buckingham Drive)

1.1 km

On-Street Bicycle Routes

These routes provide an environmentally friendly transportation alternative. Share the road with other cyclists and motorists when you see an on-street bicycle route:

  • "Shared" lanes provide wider lanes for parked vehicles and cyclists.
  • "Bicycles only" lanes provide dedicated lanes for cyclists that are similar to bus lanes.

On-street bicycle routes are located at:

  • Broad Street/Wascana Parkway between Lakeshore Drive and Research Drive
  • Assiniboine Avenue from Park Street to 100m E of University Park Drive
  • McCarthy Boulevard from Brunskill Place to Whelan Drive
  • Smith Street from Victoria Avenue to College Avenue (one-way)
  • Lorne Street from College Avenue to Victoria Avenue (one-way)