Active transportation Candidate Projects and Rural Network
Residents are invited to use our online engagement tool (closed) to provide feedback on the pedestrian and cycling projects that are proposed for implementation from 2023 onwards.
Projects may add or upgrade facilities such as sidewalks, multi-use pathways, bike lanes, cycle tracks or street crossings to address critical missing links in the City’s active transportation networks. Candidate projects are in addition to facilities that will be delivered through road resurfacing, road construction, rapid transit projects, and other planned works. Active transportation candidate projects were informed by public consultation, Councillor input on priorities, and a network review using a policy lens. You can find out more about how the candidate projects were selected here.
The City is also looking for feedback on a proposed network of paved shoulders to be added to rural roads at the time of resurfacing. If you walk or bike on roads in Ottawa’s rural areas, we encourage you to view the map and add comments to let us know what you think. You can find more about how the proposal rural network was developed here.
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NOTE: The April 2022 draft proposals for the rural active transportation network and future active transportation projects can be found on GeoOttawa under the Cycling or Pedestrian Plan layers, ‘Draft 2023 Transportation Master Plan