The City of Pitt Meadows is reviewing its active transportation network to better understand opportunities for improvements and enhancements. Once complete, the Active Transportation Plan will replace the 2012 Pedestrian and Cycling Master Plan to reflect evolving guidance with respect to active modes planning and design. 

Background

Active transportation is any way of travelling using your own power to get from one place to another, and the active transportation infrastructure includes everything from sidewalks, multi-use paths, bike lanes, and supporting components such as bicycle parking, traffic calming, and crosswalk improvements.

The Active Transportation Plan will be developed over the next year to replace the existing Pedestrian and Cycling Master Plan to identify areas for improvement and propose an implementation strategy to upgrade the network over time through capital work, grant funding opportunities, and developer-led improvements. The review process will include site visits, background information reviews, and reviews of existing conditions as well as public feedback. 

Engagement Opportunities

Thank you to those who participated in the engagement period from May 27-June 23. Learn more at haveyoursaypittmeadows.ca/activetransportation.

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