The Office of the University Architect (OUA) is inviting UAlberta students, faculty, staff and other key stakeholders to provide their input on how to improve the experience of people walking and cycling along 89 Avenue from 110 Street to 116 Street, Students’ Boulevard, on North Campus.
About the Project
This consultation project (formally named 89 Avenue Students’ Boulevard Multi-Modal Transportation, Concept Design and Implementation Strategy) will give important feedback to OUA’s consulting team, helping them create an integrated design that supports multiple modes of transportation. The proposed design will also align with the North Campus Open Space Plan, North Campus Cycle Routes Conceptual Planning Study, and campus operations and maintenance procedures.
About Students’ Boulevard
Running along 89 Avenue from 116 street (west) to 110 street (east), Students’ Boulevard is a hub for campus life, connecting university buildings, transit and pedestrian/cycling paths. The long-term goal of this project will present a more welcoming, all-seasons collegiate identity that supports a positive campus experience, and fits the university’s institutional goals and objectives.
Share Your Input
Voice your opinion on how to improve Students’ Boulevard (89 Avenue). The university is hosting pop-up events in SUB on March 12 and at the Rutherford Galleria on March 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to gather feedback from students, staff, and faculty to help make decisions about the future of Students' Boulevard.
Can't make it? Review the presentation boards and complete the online survey before March 27!