Active Transportation Network Plan

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The FVRD is developing an Active Transportation Network Plan (ATNP) to improve transportation safety and efficiency for active commuting and recreation. Active transportation is non-motorized transportation modes such as walking, cycling, rolling, mobility aids, e-bikes and e-scooters.

This plan is part of our efforts to improve the region's transportation system and lessen its impact on our air quality. It's also about promoting health by giving people more opportunities to walk and bike. The focus is on communities in the FVRD electoral areas, identifying opportunities for improved network connections and creating pathways that are safe and accessible for everyone. We are also considering the bigger picture by making sure this plan connects with neighbouring municipalities' ATNPs and major trail networks linking important places together to create a strong network that benefits everyone, whether they're commuting to an activity or enjoying the outdoors.

Next Steps

Round two of community engagement has now concluded. Building upon the input gathered in both phases of engagement, the next steps in the ATNP project involve integrating the information received from public engagement, Electoral Area Directors, Indigenous communities, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and other government agencies, community user groups and the technical data analysis to develop the draft FVRD Active Transportation Network plan. Staff will also collaborate with FVRD municipalities to ensure alignment between the FVRD ATNP and municipal active transportation plans, establishing a cohesive regional network.

The draft plan will be presented to the FVRD Board in Fall 2024 and then posted to this ATNP project page for community feedback.

The FVRD is developing an Active Transportation Network Plan (ATNP) to improve transportation safety and efficiency for active commuting and recreation. Active transportation is non-motorized transportation modes such as walking, cycling, rolling, mobility aids, e-bikes and e-scooters.

This plan is part of our efforts to improve the region's transportation system and lessen its impact on our air quality. It's also about promoting health by giving people more opportunities to walk and bike. The focus is on communities in the FVRD electoral areas, identifying opportunities for improved network connections and creating pathways that are safe and accessible for everyone. We are also considering the bigger picture by making sure this plan connects with neighbouring municipalities' ATNPs and major trail networks linking important places together to create a strong network that benefits everyone, whether they're commuting to an activity or enjoying the outdoors.

Next Steps

Round two of community engagement has now concluded. Building upon the input gathered in both phases of engagement, the next steps in the ATNP project involve integrating the information received from public engagement, Electoral Area Directors, Indigenous communities, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and other government agencies, community user groups and the technical data analysis to develop the draft FVRD Active Transportation Network plan. Staff will also collaborate with FVRD municipalities to ensure alignment between the FVRD ATNP and municipal active transportation plans, establishing a cohesive regional network.

The draft plan will be presented to the FVRD Board in Fall 2024 and then posted to this ATNP project page for community feedback.

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Interactive Map

5 months

Let us know what you think about the proposed priority projects for the FVRD's active transportation network within the FVRD electoral areas. Active transportation network connections through member municipalities have not been shown. 

You can add your comments to the map to share your level of support for the proposed priority projects, and let us know where you think a conceptual dike pilot would be most appropriate, or least appropriate. For best results, we recommend using a desktop browser.

  • Share your level of support for the proposed active transportation projects using the designated pins.
  • Let us know where you think are appropriate or inappropriate places for a conceptual dike pilot using the designated pins.

When you place a pin, you are also able to provide additional detailed comments.

Map Legend

You can add as many pins as you like. To use the map, follow these steps:

Step 1: Zoom into the section of the map where you want to identify a concern or an example of something working well.

Step 2: Click on the + symbol on the left side-bar menu select and hold a pin, then drag it onto the map.

Step 3: Add your comments and details to provide your feedback.

Please note that all comments on the map are public and visible to others. Please do not include any private or personal information in your comments.


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Interactive Map - Round 1 Engagement

3 months

Add your comments to the map to provide feedback on existing walking, cycling, and rolling infrastructure in the FVRD. For best results, we recommend using a desktop browser.

Drop a pin to highlight locations where you like to walk, cycle, and roll (includes skateboards, scooters and mobility aids such as a wheelchair) and identify areas you do and don’t feel comfortable or safe using active transportation.

When you place a pin, provide detailed comments. For example:

  • This section of road needs a safe place to walk/bike.
  • I like biking here because it has a separate path.
  • I feel safe walking on this trail because there are lights.
  • This intersection is difficult to cross when walking.
  • I have observed many people trying to walk/bike here.

Add as many pins as you like. 

Step 1: Zoom into the section of the map where you want to identify a concern or an example of something working well.

Step 2: Click on the + symbol on the left side-bar menu select and hold a pin, then drag it onto the map.

Step 3: Add your comments and details to provide your feedback.

Please note that all comments on the map are public and visible to others. Please do not include any private or personal information in your comments.



CLOSED: The map consultation for the first phase of engagement has now concluded. Thank you to all who provided input in this phase. The information received has helped shape the proposed FVRD active transportation network. Please check back on March 7, 2024 to provide your feed back on the proposed FVRD active transportation network routes.
Page last updated: 16 Jul 2024, 09:08 AM