Michelle Banfield Director of Development Servicesmichelle.firstname.lastname@example.org
2018–2022 Strategic Plan
Infrastructure Master Plans
Kilometres of active transportation routes is one of three key performance indicators relating to the Improving the Ability to Get Around priority, one of five priorities outlined in City Council's
2018–2022 Strategic Plan.
Improving the active transportation network in the City provides viable options for the community to choose active transportation options making this a good leading indicator. Active transportation routes include bike and walking trails, bike lanes and sidewalks.
The City currently has 973 km of active transportation routes.
In 2019, the City built 2.154 km of sidewalks and trails. The City has made a concentrated effort in the last five yeas to build active transportation options.
This plan provides a blueprint for enhancing walking and cycling infrastructure, programs and initiatives over the next 20+ years. It identifies long-term recommendations to help guide implementation and provides City staff and its partners with tools, references and guidelines to aid in the future of active transportation decision making.
Continued advancement of the work outlined in the
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