City to unveil bike, pedestrian network
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May 29, 2013  |  Vote 0    0

City to unveil bike, pedestrian network

Stratford Gazette

The City of Stratford is in the final stages of completing a study to develop a city-wide Bike and Pedestrian Master Plan.

Once confirmed, the plan will be used as a guide to develop and manage Stratford’s bikeways, trails and multi-modal connections over the next 20-plus years.

A second stakeholder workshop in the public consultation series is scheduled for this upcoming Tuesday, June 4 at the Kiwanis Community Centre  starting at 6:30 p.m.

At the session, the final results of the online questionnaire will be presented, as well as the proposed bike and pedestrian network, examples of facility types, the proposed route phasing and implementation approach, and promotion strategies.

The city is urging interested parties to attend, to provide community feedback and vision.

It is expected that the draft master plan will head to council in June, with council, staff, stakeholders and public taking the summer to review the draft plan and provide final comments to the study team.

The plan would be updated and brought back to council in the fall for recommendation for adoption.

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