Walk 'n' Roll Kingston - Public Engagement
Review the draft vision, promotional elements and draft walking and cycling networks from the June 7 workshop and offer input on the work to-date. These elements are being used to develop the draft Active Transportation Master Plan over the summer. All input received by August 4, 2017 will be considered in the development of the draft Walk ‘n' Roll Plan which will be available for further public review later this fall.
Public engagement opportunities
Please share your comments with the Walk 'n' Roll Kingston project team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 7, 2017: Open house #2 - Draft Vision
Kingston will be a city that embraces active modes of transportation and where residents and visitors can walk, cycle and wheel using a network of accessible, safe, connected and well-maintained trails, bicycle lanes, sidewalks and walkways which will lead to 20% of all travel occurring via active modes of transportation. The vision will be realized through six key principles.
- Display boards
- Draft network for the short term
- Draft network for the medium term
- Draft network for the long term
- Facility type matrix
View the Open house feedback report
What was covered at the meeting:
- Present alternative solutions and strategies and how these are being evaluated
- Present draft Active Transportation Network and proposed facility types
- Seek input on phasing, implementation, specific recommendations and strategies
- Provide input on the draft vision and policies for promoting active transportation
- Provide input on the proposed draft network of sidewalks, bicycle facilities, walkways and trails
- Provide input on phasing, implementation, specific recommendations and strategies
January to April 2017:
- Pop-up consultation booth
- Active Transportation Technical Advisory Group Meeting #2
November 2, 2016: Open House #1
Information looked at included:
- How the Walk 'n' Roll Kingston plan is being developed.
- Future visioning ideas on what is possible in Kingston through visual examples from across North America and Europe.
- Existing network of bike lanes, sidewalks, trails and pathway systems.
- Ways to improve accessibility and use of mobility devices.
- Corridors with a high existing or potential demand for walking and cycling.
- Ideas, programs and facilities that could increase active transportation modal share.
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