Today, Friday, September 7, the official ribbon cutting took place to celebrate, along with our funding partners, the completion of John Hindle Drive and pedestrian and cycling network improvements. John Hindle Drive opened to public Friday, August 31.
The $12 million John Hindle Drive project provides alternative access to UBC Okanagan and Kelowna Airport, reduces congestion and travel times along Highway 97 and provides an alternate connection to Glenmore Road, improving network connectivity and increasing mobility.
This important road and cycling network addition, connects the City’s north end with UBC Okanagan and Hollywood Road North as well as completes the final segment of John Hindle Drive, connecting Glenmore Landfill with UBC Okanagan.
L-R - Kelowna Counclllors - Brad Sieben, Maxine Dehart, Mohini Singh, Luke Stack, Ryan Donn, Mayor Colin Basran and Gail Given. The new road is below us.
“Over the next 20 years, by encouraging future growth in urban centres and making investments like John Hindle Drive that make sustainable transportation options easier and more convenient, we will be able to meet the increasing demand for travel with less need for expensive road expansions,” said Mayor Colin Basran.