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What are the priority connections in the Active Transportation Network?

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What road improvements would you recommend?

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Are the previously proposed road improvements still necessary?

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How should trucks be routed?

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Are there any other transportation items of concern?

Frequently Asked Questions

Comprehensive Transportation Master Plan (CTMPis a guiding document that sets a vision for the future multi-modal transportation network in the Town. It provides direction on future transportation investment that supports community growth, adopting a complete streets approach to the planning, design and implementation of transportation infrastructure. 

The CTMP will be completed in two phases, following the requirements set out under the master planning section and following Approach 1 of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (MCEA) process.

  • Phase 1 will identify and assess the existing transportation conditions in Kingsville. We will be engaging municipal staff, local agencies, stakeholder groups and members of the public on existing conditions and the overall objectives for the Plan.
  • Phase 2 will include a more detailed analysis, investigation and identification of potential infrastructure improvements, a complete streets approach, and new processes to develop transportation policies and decision-making tools for the Town.

As part of this process, we will be engaging with the public and stakeholders at regular intervals to ensure that the plan that is presented meets the needs of the community and addresses all of the MCEA requirements.

The Plan will focus primarily on improvements to the transportation system within the Town. There may be considerations made to advance transportation options across the County as appropriate to connect between the surrounding municipalities and to Provincial or County-wide networks.  

The CTMP will focus on all modes of transportation used to move people and goods around the Town. A multi-modal (looking at all forms of transportation), complete streets approach will be used to ensure that all forms of travel are looked at, including by active transportation (walking, cycling and wheeling), transit and cars. 

 

Complete Streets are designed to be safe, convenient and comfortable for users of all ages, abilities and travel types. A well-designed complete street will promote activity, livability and connectivity and result in a network of transportation infrastructure and services that enables people to travel seamlessly on any given mode of transportation. Although not every mode can be accommodated on every street, this approach ensures that where able, a wide range of transportation modes will be supported. 

Your input will provide insight to the current transportation network from a user’s perspective and be used to identify challenges or opportunities as well as inform the draft recommendations that will form the basis of this Plan.

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Background Review and Analysis

April 2021 - November 2021

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Online Engagement Round 1

Online survey and mapping tool open for comments - July- August 2021

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Online Public Open House #1

September 23, 2021

More information to be posted here

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Phase 2 - Develop Draft Recommendations

November 2021 - March 2022

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Public Open House #2 - Presentation of proposed recommendations

March 2022

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Create Draft CTMP Report

March 2022

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Present Final CTMP

April 2022