Transportation Master Plan

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In short, the Transportation Master Plan (TMP) focuses on the future of the City's roadway network which includes driving lanes, parking areas, transit services and stops, cycling routes, sidewalks or roadside paths, and alternative mobility solutions. While the TMP considers the location of off-street trails for connectivity purposes, it does not extend recommendations into park spaces; a separate Parks and Recreation Master Plan update is currently underway which will address trails within park spaces.

Purpose

The purpose of the TMP is to address key transportation issues, meet current community needs, review the viability of outstanding recommendations from previous plans, and propose implementable projects to help the City manage future growth.

Process

The new Transportation Master Plan (TMP) will be informed by the existing TMP (2012), updated population and movement data, best practices for sustainability and climate change, changing community needs, new forms of transportation mobility, and the new Official Community Plan (OCP) which is currently underway.

Project Goals

  • Incorporate feedback received through the Official Community Plan engagement process.
  • Align with the OCP's updated vision and community priorities.
  • Include SMART goals (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-specific).
  • Establish a general road hierarchy to guide the future update of the City's Subdivision, Development, and Servicing Bylaw.
  • Identify implementable projects that will improve the quality of life, safety, and mobility for residents and visitors.
  • Prioritize transportation improvements based on mobility needs and improve connectivity.

In short, the Transportation Master Plan (TMP) focuses on the future of the City's roadway network which includes driving lanes, parking areas, transit services and stops, cycling routes, sidewalks or roadside paths, and alternative mobility solutions. While the TMP considers the location of off-street trails for connectivity purposes, it does not extend recommendations into park spaces; a separate Parks and Recreation Master Plan update is currently underway which will address trails within park spaces.

Purpose

The purpose of the TMP is to address key transportation issues, meet current community needs, review the viability of outstanding recommendations from previous plans, and propose implementable projects to help the City manage future growth.

Process

The new Transportation Master Plan (TMP) will be informed by the existing TMP (2012), updated population and movement data, best practices for sustainability and climate change, changing community needs, new forms of transportation mobility, and the new Official Community Plan (OCP) which is currently underway.

Project Goals

  • Incorporate feedback received through the Official Community Plan engagement process.
  • Align with the OCP's updated vision and community priorities.
  • Include SMART goals (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-specific).
  • Establish a general road hierarchy to guide the future update of the City's Subdivision, Development, and Servicing Bylaw.
  • Identify implementable projects that will improve the quality of life, safety, and mobility for residents and visitors.
  • Prioritize transportation improvements based on mobility needs and improve connectivity.
  • Phase 4 Engagement: Now Closed

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    Thank you to everyone who shared their feedback with us during Phase 4 of this project by attending the online information session, filling out the survey, sharing comments with us during the public open houses, submitting questions or emails, or commenting on the display boards.

    A high-level review of what we heard during this engagement process will be available soon, please check back.

  • Q: How do I see bigger versions of the maps?

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    We've heard that the maps in the survey are too small!

    Unfortunately, the survey tool doesn't allow us to include larger images of the maps BUT, we have included links in the survey and on the main page of this site for you to open pdf versions of the maps. Using these links, you will be able to zoom in and see the maps much better.

    Please use the links on the main page (shown under View the Draft Needs Plan Here) and in the survey to view the larger versions of the survey maps.


    Thanks!

  • Phase 4 Engagement: In-Person Information Sessions

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    Thank you to everyone who joined us on Tuesday June 14th, in person, to discuss the Transportation Master Plan! Your time dedication and passion for this project are greatly appreciated and will help improve our ideas as we move into the next phase of the project.

    If you haven't had the opportunity yet, please complete the online survey and share the project with your social network.

  • Phase 4 Engagement: Online Public Information Session

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    Thank you to everyone who joined us for the online public information session on Tuesday, June 7. A copy of the meeting has been uploaded for those who were unable to attend.

    Click here to view the session

  • Phase 4 Engagement: Open Now!

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    The TMP project has moved into Phase 4: Future Needs Assessment. To get your feedback on the Draft Needs Plan, we will be hosting one online public information session on Tues June 7 from 6-7pm, two in-person public open houses on Tues June 14 from 11am-1pm and 6-8pm at the Revelstoke Community Centre, and an online survey available to complete on the next tab -- open until June 26.

    The Draft Needs Plan is a set of ideas that we need feedback on, there is not a complete 'plan' to view; as such, what is proposed is best understood in the context of the public engagement sessions or within the survey. In the survey, each of the ideas is laid out, you will see what is proposed (the Draft Needs display materials), and be asked to share your thoughts on specific questions about them. If you'd like to view the materials outside of the survey, please click here.


    ONLINE PUBLIC INFORMATION SESSION
    Tuesday, June 7th, 6-7pm
    Join here


    IN-PERSON OPEN HOUSES
    Tuesday, June 14th, 11am -1pm and 6-8pm
    Held at the Revelstoke Community Centre

  • Phase 2 Engagement: What We Heard

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    Thank you to everyone who shared their experiences with us during Phase 2 of this project by completing the quick poll, filling out the survey, sharing comments on the map, submitting questions or emails, or attending the public information session.

    To review what we heard during the engagement process, please click here.

  • Phase 2 Engagement: Online Public Information Session

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    Thank you to everyone who joined us for the online public information session on Tuesday, November 2. A copy of the meeting has been uploaded for those who were unable to attend.

    Click here to view the session

  • Phase 2: Existing Conditions

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    We are now beginning the Existing Conditions phase of the project. During this phase, we will be engaging with stakeholders and the community to:

    • confirm transportation-based priorities we heard during the OCP engagement process,
    • gather feedback about our transportation network’s opportunities and constraints, and
    • identify gaps in the transportation network and areas of transportation safety concern.

    As part of this process, an online information session will be hosted to provide those interested with an overview of the project and opportunities to ask questions in real-time to the project team. The date of this session is tentatively scheduled for late mid-September; final dates will be posted when available. Please check back for more information.

  • Phase 1: Project Kick-Off and Visioning

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    Over the past few months, the City has been working with our consultant, Stantec Consulting, to kick-off this project by sharing and reviewing existing plans and studies, a range of available data like traffic and collision information, and what we heard about roadways during the OCP’s visioning engagement process. An overview of what we heard is shown to the left and is available for larger viewing here.

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