The multi use trail will be a 3.5m asphalt surface connecting the Barrington greenway to Scotia Square.
The Cogswell District will offer the first grade-separated bi-directional bikeway through the downtown.
Decorative fence panels can enhance aesthetics and provide screening along the edge of Barrington Street adjacent to the DND property.
Roundabouts will provide new gateways into the downtown and offer opportunities for landmark public art and landscaping.
Streets will be designed to accommodate all users.
Cafes, restaurants and other street-level commercial uses will make the new Cogswell District interesting and pedestrian friendly.
Privately-owned publicly accessible spaces (POPS) between two towers allow greater ground floor exposure for businesses and restaurants.
A residential tower with human-scaled three storey residential podium relates well to street level activity.
Street-facing residential development is important to keeping the street edge active on Poplar Street.
A mix of uses are envisioned for Granville Square. Input from public engagement sessions this spring will help inform the detailed design.
New development can surround Granville Square with active retails uses.
Green space will provide a “front yard” to downtown historic properties.
Ordinance Park will provide a green connection between the waterfront and Granville Square.
Hurd Lane offers the opportunity for a pocket park.
Community gardens provide a benefit to residents while activating park space in Poplar Park.
A major transit hub will improve the experience of current transit users and attract more riders.
Barrington Street incorporates dedicated bus lanes and transit infrastructure.
Uniquely designed transit shelters enhance the streetscape and coordinate with new architecture.