The City of North Bay has an Active Transportation Development Master Plan in the works.
This Master Plan will explore various transit, cycling, walking, running, and skateboarding routes throughout the city.
“This is an exciting project that will propose improvements to the city’s street and trail network over the next 10 years,” the City stated in a release.
The plan is the work of Paula McCloskey, Senior Manager Parks, Recreation and Leisure Services and, Jim Scott, Landscape Architect, Trace Planning and Design.
The project will including a resident survey along with a Master Plan Open House which will take place on Wednesday, June 27th from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Foyer area of City Hall (200 McIntyre St East).
“We will review active transportation concept maps as well as various street and trail ideas with participating residents,” the City stated.
“This will be an enjoyable and exciting session; please plan to attend.”
The city is hoping residents participate in the brief survey as well.
“The collected information will provide us with valuable information relative to how, when, and why residents do, or do not, utilize North Bay’s transit, street, trail, and park network for active or passive mobility purposes,” the City stated in the release.
The survey is found at: http://www.tracestudio.ca/atnorthbay