CARRICK-VICKERS MULTI-USE BRIDGE
Golf Links Multi-Use Bridge – 2015
TBT Engineering Limited (TBTE) has been retained by The City of Thunder Bay (COTB) to provide design and contract administration services for a new multi-use bridge over the McIntyre Floodway that would connect Vickers Street to Carrick Street. The new bridge will be consistent with the COTB Active Transportation Plan and establish a north-south cycling corridor in order to foster a safe, comfortable, and convenient path for cycle-commuting and other forms of non-vehicular travel.
Purpose of the Study
An active transportation corridor that utilizes Carrick Street and Vickers Street as a main thoroughfare was chosen by the COTB as a practical, low-stress, and direct route to link the City’s two cores. A new bridge crossing the McIntyre Floodway was identified as a key component of this route.
The establishment of this active transportation corridor has been identified as a priority action in developing the commuter and recreational network in Thunder Bay.
Environmental Assessment (EA) Process
This project will follow the Schedule B Process for the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (MCEA) (October 2000, as amended 2007, 2011, & 2015). Schedule B undertakings have the potential for adverse environmental effects; these effects are well understood from a technical perspective and are minor in nature. Schedule B projects are required to go through a screening process, including consultation with those who may be affected.
Public Information Centre
A Public Information Centre is being held on Thursday, October 4th, 2018.
Time: 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Location: Outdoor Venue at the corner of Carrick St. and Waterford St., North bank of McIntyre River
To submit comments online please visit: www.tbte.ca/carrick-vickers-multi-use-bridge-comments
This website will host the project file documents pertaining to the Schedule B MCEA and will be updated regularly.
For further information on this project, or on the planning process being followed contact the following individuals:
|TBT Engineering Limited
Ms. Dani Rhodes, P. Eng, C.E.T.
1918 Yonge Street, Thunder bay, ON, P7E 6T9
Tel: (807) 624-5160
|City of Thunder Bay
Mr. Adam Krupper
Mobility Coordinator, Engineering Division
111 S. Syndicate Avenue, Thunder Bay, ON, P7E 1C5
Tel: (807) 625-2163