Quinte West council now has some idea how much it might cost to improve and connect its roadways and trails to allow for better access for walkers, cyclists and others.
The city’s Active Transportation Plan is almost complete, and last night consultants told council the estimated cost would be close to $23 million over a 10 year period.
The entire project would involve 246 kilometres.
Some of it would feature separate paths for walkers and cyclists, while more of it would involve paths painted on the side of wider roadways.
Quinte West Public Works Director Chris Angelo says they are planning their 10 year capital forecast keeping the Active Transportation Plan in mind.