Saanich holds open houses for road corridor upgrades

Saanich is hosting two open houses for its Complete Streets program

Saanich is hosting two open houses for its Complete Streets program, which aims to upgrade three major commuter, pedestrian and cycling corridors.

Cook Street between Quadra and Maplewood; Tillicum Road between Carey Road and the Trans Canada Highway; and Glanford Avenue between Vanalman Avenue and Ralph Street have been identified for upgrades under Complete Streets, which can include better sidewalks and bike lanes.

The open house for Cook Street is Monday, Oct. 22, at the Cedar Hill Golf Course banquet room from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The open house for Tillicum Road and Glanford Avenue is Tuesday, Oct. 23, at the McKenzie elementary school sym from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

See saanich.ca for more information.

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