The City of Victoria is asking the public to provide input about six transportation corridors.
The project areas are on Bay Street, Caledonia Avenue, Cook Street, Pine Street, Selkirk Avenue and Tolmie Avenue.
The upgrades will include road paving, as well as replacements of underground pipes and traffic signals.
Feedback will be accepted until Oct. 10, and the projects are planned for 2024-2025.
The city is looking to combine this work with road safety and accessibility upgrades.
“By coordinating road safety upgrades with essential maintenance work, we can minimize overall construction impacts for residents and commuters,” William Doyle, acting director of engineering and public works, said in a news release. “This approach also reduces total costs and provides the best value for our investments as we continue to make it safer for everyone to get around.”
Residents can let their voices be heard online through surveys or an interactive map tool at bit.ly/47Kyg9O.
“We want to hear from the public about their experiences on these streets and how we can make safety and comfort improvements,” Victoria Mayor Marianne Alto said in a statement. “Whether you walk, roll, bike, take the bus or drive, your input can help shape designs.”
Input can also be provided at drop-in session at Victoria West Community Centre on Sept. 6, Oaklands Community Centre on Sept. 16, Burnside Gorge Community Centre, on Sept. 23 and Crystal Pool on Sept. 28.