It’s time to get serious about active transportation in Quinte West.
Members of the city’s active transportation committee officially launched the public input campaign, to help shape the city’s non-motorized transportation landscape through the future.
Director of Public Works Chris Angelo says it’s a community plan, so they’re hoping for plenty of public input and support for the project along the way.
Angelo added that many active transportation improvements have already been made around the city over the past five or ten years, but it’s time to help fill some gaps and look at new ways to move forward.
He says the input process will last a few months, before things move into the next phase.
Public input is being taken via the city’s active transportation website, which is now online and a series of public meetings starting in the spring.