ABOUT THE PROJECT
The Calgary and Area Pathway and Bikeway Plan was developed in 2000. It is being updated to reflect changes in our city. Many of the proposed pathways and bikeways from the plan were built. Some of the proposed pathways and bikeways are now obsolete because of changes to the road network or approved developments. Also, new policies have been approved that impact the plan.
The updated plan will provide a proposed city-wide network of pathways and bikeways that will seamlessly connect Calgarians to the places they want to go.
For more information about the Calgary and Area Pathway and Bikeway Plan please visit the project page.
Public engagement for the project is now complete. The What We Did Report outlines how feedback from Phase One and Two of engagement informed decisions throughout the project.
In Phase Two, we gathered input from you that was used to help us prioritize future pathway and bikeway investments. You also shared feedback on what types of pathways and bikeways you are most likely to use. This information helped us refine the updated network plan and create a prioritized implementation plan. Engagement consisted of in-person events and an online questionnaire from May 15 to June 11, 2018.
A summary of feedback and verbatim comments received during Phase Two can be found within the What We Heard Report.
In Phase One, we asked for your help to identify challenges and difficulties with the current pathway and bikeway network, along with the locations that you travel to using the current network. You shared your feedback on our current pathway and bikeway network using an online survey and two online mapping tools. The feedback provided helped us develop an updated network plan. The online survey and map based feedback opportunities were available from June 1 - 30, 2017.
A summary of feedback and verbatim comments received during Phase One can be found within the What We Heard Report.
The project team is using public feedback and technical analysis to refine the updated network and implementation plans. The updated network and implementation plans will be presented to committee and Council in fall 2019.