Kelowna’s latest active transportation corridor from Ethel Street to Casorso Road has been completed, and will soon be open to the public.
Partially funded by the Province’s Active Transportation grant program, B.C.'s Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Rob Fleming will be joined by Mayor Colin Basran and Okanagan College President Dr. Neil Fassina to discuss the project and what it means for residents.
From late December 2021 to mid-January 2022, people of Kelowna were encouraged by the city to give feedback on the conceptual design on Casorso Road between K.L.O. Road and Barrera Road.
This new corridor has closed the final gap in the existing north-south network by expanding the link between Ethel and Casorso, merging downtown and the Capri-Landmark areas to Pandosy and the Lower Mission.
This new pathway will give bikers and walkers better access to important destinations in Kelowna such as Okanagan College, Casorso Elementary School and the Pandosy Urban Centre.