Radium Hot Springs Roundabout – Results

Engagement Summary

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure will be replacing the four-way stop at the junction of Highways 93 and 95 in Radium Hot Springs with a roundabout to improve safety and traffic flow. The intersection experiences heavy congestion with long back-ups, causing lengthy delays during peak travel periods. Replacing the intersection with a roundabout will keep traffic moving efficiently and safely through the community.

A drop-in open house was held on September 4, 2019.

An online feedback form was also available for public input.


Engagement Timeframe

September 4 to September 18, 2019

Input Received
  • 152 people attended the open house
  • 40+ people attended the stakeholder workshop
  • 25 online responses received
  • 27 written responses received

The top themes that emerged from the feedback forms were on both roundabout design and traffic movement. Many responses indicated overall support for the roundabout design, and noted that the roundabout design is an improvement over the existing four-way stop and will likely solve the existing traffic mobility and congestion issues at the intersection.

Input leads to action:

If you were unable to attend, the open house display boards are posted here.

The project is in the design stage and will be tendered early in 2020. Construction is expected to begin in spring 2020 and finish in late fall 2020. A What We Heard Report summarizing the overall engagement is available here.