Transportation Network Plan survey deadline extended
The District of Invermere and Shuswap Indian Band are asking residents for feedback on their Active Transportation Network Plan Survey.
The District of Invermere and Shuswap Indian Band are committed to making active transportation a more convenient, safe, attractive, and fun transportation choice for people of all ages and abilities.
Both communities are working together to create a joint Active Transportation Network Plan. The Network Plan will enhance active transportation connections within and between the two communities.
The intent of the joint Active Transportation Network Plan is to build off the 2009 plan, which was only focused within Invermere boundaries, and expand it to evaluate and plan for the possible connection options over the Columbia River between the Shuswap Indian Band and the Invermere communities.
This project will provide the Shuswap Indian Band with an Active Transportation Network Plan with connectivity to the District of Invermere and will also allow the District of Invermere to update the 2009 Plan and integrate it with Shuswap Indian Band.
This survey will help to identify issues, opportunities, and community priorities such as better connections between the two communities, routes to schools or recreational facilities, connections between trails and on-street facilities, traffic safety, and building upon the existing active transportation facilities.
The deadline has been extended until Friday, August 21 and takes approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.
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