As part of Saskatoon's Plan for Growth, Saskatoon's corridors will be re-imagined. In the city of our future, corridors will serve as connections between neighbourhoods and to the broader city, provide safe and convenient access to our Bus Rapid Transit system and offer housing choices and employment to a wide variety of people from all walks of life. To create this shift the City of Saskatoon is rethinking how corridors are planned for the long term, including how the land is used, how public space is designed, and how buildings are built.
Some of the objectives of Corridor Planning include:
- encouraging residential development along the corridors to achieve a growth target of 11,000 to 22,000 new housing units;
- providing a mix of land uses that support the use of Bus Rapid Transit service and alternative transportation options like walking and cycling;
- developing livable areas with vibrant public spaces where people want to stay, play and eat on a year-round basis; and,
- maximizing the use of existing infrastructure while providing new services in a cost-effective, sustainable and efficient manner.
Please visit the Corridor Planning overview page for information on all of our current Corridor Planning projects.
Corridor Growth Area Interactive Map
This interactive map shows the Corridor Growth Area - the study area for Corridor Planning.
Launch Interactive Corridor Growth Area Map