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Brandon, MB R7A 0P3

Office Phone: 204-729-2110
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Conceptual Design and Streetscape Strategy of Pacific Avenue

Purpose of the project

The City of Brandon has initiated a project to implement an action item in The Downtown Brandon Secondary Plan to improve the connectivity of Pacific Avenue between 1st Street and 18th Street. During the project, the City of Brandon will be working with a consultant to undertake a conceptual design study and develop a streetscape strategy of the project area.

Pacific Avenue is designated by the City as an urban collector road and is an important east-west corridor with a current connection to 18th Street and future limited access connection with 1st Street. The long term vision for Pacific Avenue will include a continuous vehicular and multi-modal connection between 1st Street and 34th Street. This vision, along with continued development in Downtown Brandon, has resulted in concerns with the integration of vehicle traffic, on-street parking, and biking and walking connections through this corridor with existing intersections and proposed connections.

This study project will provide recommendations to address those concerns and on streetscape design for major intersections and road segments.


Project area



Project Timeline



Public Engagement

The City hosted two webinars on December 10, 2020 to consult with the public about the conceptual design options. The webinar presentation and recordings are available for public view. You may provide comments about the conceptual design options to Shengxu Li, Community Planner, at or 204-729-2117. 

To view presentation slides in the webinars, please click here

The webinar recordings have been combined together as one video for your convenience. To listen to the recording, please follow the link to City of Brandon Youtube Channel.


The online survey is now closed. For further information or to share your comments on the conceptual design options detailed below please contact Shengxu Li, Community Planner, at or 204-729-2117 or Sam van Huizen, Traffic & Transportation Planner, at or 204-729-2105.


PDF Icon Survey evaluation criteria (94 KB).  


Conceptual Design Option 1 - Bi-Directional Bikeway on North Side of Pacific Avenue

PDF Icon Key Features (41 KB)

PDF Icon Figure 1.1 Pacific Avenue (Looking West cross section) (644 KB) 

PDF Icon Figure 1.2 A sample block of Pacific Avenue (881 KB)


Conceptual Design Option 2 - Multi-Use Pathway on North Side of Pacific Avenue

PDF Icon Key Features (41 KB)

PDF Icon Figure 2.1 Pacific Avenue (Looking West cross section) (603 KB)

PDF Icon Figure 2.2 A sample block of Pacific Avenue (720 KB)


Conceptual Option 3 – Uni-Directional Bikeways on both sides of Pacific Avenue

PDF Icon Key Features (41 KB)

PDF Icon Figure 3.1 Pacific Avenue (Looking West cross section) (602 KB)

PDF Icon Figure 3.2 A sample block of Pacific Avenue (1.6 MB)


Webinar: RE-IMAGINE A COMPLETE STREET – Design options to transform Pacific Avenue

Based on the input obtained through public and stakeholder engagement, the project team has developed conceptual design options for the road reconfiguration and streetscape improvements that provide new opportunities for active transportation and economic development. Please join us for a webinar to provide an update on the design options and associated evaluation criteria. We hope to get your comments to help us select a preferred concept.

Date: Thursday, December 10, 2020

Time: 12pm – 1pm and 5pm – 6pm

Format: Webinar 

If you are unable to attend the webinar, a link to the presentation and comment sheet will be available online following the webinar.


Temporary bike lane along Pacific Avenue

As part of the initial public engagement, a temporary on-street bike lane was installed along the north side of Pacific Avenue, within the parking lane, between 1st Street and 18th Street.


An online survey (now closed) was used for the public to give feedback on the temporary bike lane. Additional feedback can be provided to Sam van Huizen, Traffic & Transportation Planner, at 204-729-2105 or, or Shengxu Li, Community Planner, at 204-729-2117 or


Online Interactive Map

An online interactive map (now closed) map was created for the public to identify trouble spots, or make suggestions, in the project area.


Other public engagement events

Please refer back to this page for updates on how to get involved in the public engagement process. If you would like to receive email notices about upcoming public engagement events, please contact Shengxu Li at


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