Salt Spring Island GREENWISE:
proposed Salish Sea Regional Trail Network
with a focus on the Salt Spring link

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For updated information about this initiative, see Island Pathways' Bicycle Working Group webpage.

The CRD initiated the vision of the larger circuit, as a result of its 2005 "TravelChoices:A Long-Term Transportation Strategy for the Capital Region". Specific mentions of the Lochside, Galloping Goose, Sooke Wilderness, Trans-Canada Trail, and Salt Spring legs were made in the 2005 May 16 "CRD Parks Master Plan Update".

The newest part of the trail, through the Malahat Gap, opens in 2017 June 23. Click here for more information.

On Vancouver Island, only small sections of the E&N Connector need to be completed. City roads provide detours.

Salt Spring Island has the longest stretch of roads on the main circuit needing to be widened, with paved shoulders for safe cycling, walking, and mobility aid use.