Range Road and Two Mile Hill Road

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Range Road-Two Mile Hill Intersection

Overview

Between 2019 and 2020, the City conducted a transportation study for the Range Road and Two Mile Hill Road intersection to identify existing transportation issues and develop potential solutions.

The objective of this study was to assess the intersection conditions and develop improvement options to make walking, cycling, transit, and driving at the intersection easier, safer, and more enjoyable.

The study area includes the Range Road and Two Mile Hill Road intersection and the intersection approaches.

Documents

Document  Revision Date Description
Range Road and Two Mile Hill Road Intersection Study - Conceptual Design Report Final December 2020  
Range Road and Two Mile Hill Road Intersection Study - Conceptual Design Report Draft March 2020  
Range Road and Two-Mile Hill Road Intersection Study - Problem Definition Final January 2020  

Webinar

A webinar about the study was hosted on Monday, August 31, 2020.

Background

Range Road and Two Mile Hill Road intersection is a prominent intersection in the City of Whitehorse. The intersection forms a major crossroads for all types of road users including pedestrians, cyclists, transit users, and drivers. The intersection is situated at one of the major entrances into the Downtown core from the Alaska Highway and surrounding neighbourhoods in the City.

The intersection has been flagged by residents for traffic and road safety issues, particularly between active transportation users and vehicles.

Links

Related Projects

Range Road Asphalt Path Extension

Relevant Plans and Studies

2010 Official Community Plan

Bicycle Network Plan (2018) 

City-Wide Transportation Study (2004) 

City of Whitehorse Range Road Building - Traffic Analysis Memorandum (2015) 

Range Road (2020)

Safety and Traffic Assessment of Potential Design Scenarios for the Closure of Range Road at Alaska Highway Whitehorse (2018)

Transit Master Plan (2018) 

Transportation Demand Management Plan (2014)

Whistle Bend Transportation Network Impact Study (2009)

Contact

Project Manager

Stefan Baer, E.I.T.
Transportation Engineer-in-Training | Engineering Services | City of Whitehorse
+1 (867) 689 4776 | email

Project Advisor Taylor Eshpeter, P.Eng
Manager | Engineering Services | City of Whitehorse
+1 (867) 689 2143 | email