Active Transportation Plan

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Are you ready to walk, cycle and roll?

The District of Central Saanich is launching its first Active Transportation Plan!

The plan will:

  • Include extensive research and community feedback
  • Identify priority projects, actions and policies that support and encourage walking, cycling, rolling and transit integration
  • Consider traffic safety
  • Identify potential transit service improvements
  • Be financially reasonable for a small, rural community

Please continue to visit this project site for updates.

If you'd like to receive email notifications, see SUBSCRIBE on the right.

Are you ready to walk, cycle and roll?

The District of Central Saanich is launching its first Active Transportation Plan!

The plan will:

  • Include extensive research and community feedback
  • Identify priority projects, actions and policies that support and encourage walking, cycling, rolling and transit integration
  • Consider traffic safety
  • Identify potential transit service improvements
  • Be financially reasonable for a small, rural community

Please continue to visit this project site for updates.

If you'd like to receive email notifications, see SUBSCRIBE on the right.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    About the Plan

    The community has expressed a desire for increased active transportation infrastructure to:

    ·  support walking, cycling and transit use

    ·  improve road safety for pedestrians and cyclists

    ·  achieve our Climate Leadership Plan goals (transportation is the primary contributor of greenhouse gas emissions in our community)

    Active transportation has many advantages—primarily improved health, environmental and social benefits.

    The Active Transportation Plan will provide a course of action that reflects the community’s priorities and available resources. It will outline strategies, recommend infrastructure, policies and education to help enable and encourage active transportation as preferred modes of transportation.


    About the Survey

    The survey will help to identify issuesopportunities, and community priorities such as routes to schools or recreational facilities, connections between trails and on-street facilities, traffic safety, and building upon the District's existing cycling facilities.

    It will be online until February 29, 2020, and takes approx 10-15 minutes to complete. Please share this survey with others – we want to hear from you!

    Please note, this survey has two parts. The second portion involves a mapping exercise for those respondents interested in providing location-specific input. If interested, follow the prompts after submitting this portion of the survey.

    Personal information is collected by The District of Central Saanich (DOCS) under the authority of the Community Charter/Local Government Act and the DOCS bylaws, and is only used for purposes necessary and consistent with operation of DOCS’ services, programs and/or activities. Disclosure of personal information by DOCS is subject to the requirements of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you have any questions about collection, use or disclosure of personal information by DOCS, please contact: the DOCS FOI Head, 1903 Mt. Newton Cross Road, Saanichton, BC V8M 2A9 250-652-4444.

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