Victoria, BC– The Capital Regional District is holding an open house on the next phase of development of the E&N Rail Trail - Humpback Connector. CRD staff and project consultants will be on hand to discuss the trail design for phase 2 of this cycling and pedestrian trail being constructed within the E&N rail corridor between Victoria and Langford.
“CRD is excited to start on the next phase of the E&N Rail Trail,” said Susan Brice, CRD Regional Parks Committee Chair. “This new addition to our regional trail system will become an important non-motorized transportation and recreation link between Victoria and the western communities. It will contribute to a healthy, sustainable region.”
Date: Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Place: Band Room, Shoreline Community School,
2750 Shoreline Drive
Under phase 2, a two-kilometre section of trail will be constructed in View Royal, beginning this spring. Trail construction will take place between Island Highway at the 4 Mile Bridge, and the Galloping Goose at the intersection of Island Highway and Burnside Road West.
Phase 1 of the trail, with 9 km of new and improved trail, is nearing completion. Until future phases of the E&N Rail Trail are complete, existing cycling lanes and sections of municipal roads in Victoria, View Royal, Colwood and Langford will connect the trail.
The only rail-with-trail in the region, it will form a key part of the regional trail network managed by the Capital Regional District, which includes the popular Galloping Goose and Lochside regional trails. For more information visit
For media inquiries, please contact:
Laurie Sthamann, Communications Coordinator, CRD Regional Parks
Tel: 250.360.3332 | Cell: 250.889.8030