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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    The Fraser Valley Regional District (FVRD) is developing an Active Transportation Network Plan to improve walking, cycling, and rolling connections across the region and make active transportation a more comfortable and convenient option for people of all ages and abilities. As the region continues to grow, the Active Transportation Network Plan will help guide decision-making and investments related to active transportation improvements. 

    The project is expected to be completed by spring 2024.

    Have Your Say

    The FVRD values the diverse perspectives of our community members and hopes to gather input from as many community members as possible to create an Active Transportation Network Plan that reflects the district’s unique context and priorities. Based on the feedback received during the first round of engagement in fall 2023, we have developed strategies and actions to improve active transportation in the FVRD. The FVRD would like your feedback on these recommendations to ensure the community’s priorities and interests are reflected. 

    The FVRD is keen to hear your feedback on the preliminary strategies and actions for improving active transportation. The survey will take approximately 10 – 15 minutes to complete. We appreciate your time in completing the survey.

    Please only complete 1 survey per person.

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  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The survey for the second round of engagement will launch on March 7, 2024.   

    Please check back soon to provide your input on the proposed strategies and actions for the FVRD active transportation network plan. The strategies and actions are based on input provided through the first round of community engagement. By completing this survey, you will be helping the FVRD confirm we are on the right track with the plan development through the lens of those most impacted. The results of the survey will help to confirm the Active Transportation Network Plan’s guiding principles and recommendations. 

    If you have any questions about the survey or the ATNP project, contact the FVRD at:

    atnp@fvrd.ca or 604-702-5000. 

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