Wascana Centre is proud to invite you to enjoy the brand new pedestrian bridge and pedway located at the Broad Street Bridge. The finishing touches, including landscaping and the addition of railings, were recently completed, and the pedestrian bridge was officially opened to the public on September 14, 2010.
Wascana Centre Authority (WCA) built a new 38-metre (125-foot) long pedestrian bridge on existing terminal pilings prepared during the Wascana Lake Revitalization project. Upgrades were made to the existing trail on the northwest side of the Broad Street bridge and around the bridge base to reduce soil erosion. The bridge and trail are fully wheelchair accessible. Pedestrians and cyclists can now walk or ride around the whole lake without using roadways.