Efficient movement of people via transit, cycling, walking, and multi- and single-occupant vehicles. Shifting to transit and active transportation improves physical health and community connectivity. It also reduces greenhouse gases, City infrastructure costs, and household transportation costs.
We are working towards
- People choosing active transportation, transit, and carpooling over single occupant vehicles
- Maintaining the current density of vehicles on roads
The City continues to promote active transportation through programs and upgrades to roads and sidewalks. A Bicycle Network Plan was completed in 2018, which identifies priorities and opportunities that can be implemented in the coming years. A Transit Master Plan was also completed, which will guide improvements to the transit system.