Regional Active Transportation Plan

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Cowichan Valley Regional District Active Transportation Plan: Human Powered!

The Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) is currently developing a Regional Active Transportation Plan. The plan seeks to promote accessible, safe, convenient and enjoyable transportation options as an alternative to the private automobile. The project will not only explore multi-modal network connections throughout the region, but also, it will endeavor to tackle some of the most challenging issues we are currently facing, including climate change and equity. You are human powered and we want to help you use your power to get to where you need to go.

But we need your help.

You can participate by using the tools below:

  • Using the map tool, drop a pin to let us know where in the Valley you would love to be able to get to by walking, cycling or rolling. Or, identify a route you are currently using.
  • Using the ideas tool, add an idea you have for increasing/promoting/facilitating active transportation in the Valley. Use the like button to agree with other ideas.
  • Using the stories tool, tell us about a time you spent on our trails.

Round two of engagement is coming up!!

Saturday, June 25th 2022

  • 11 am - 1 pm at Station Street Park (Downtown Duncan)
  • 3 pm - 5 pm at Aggie Hall (Ladysmith) - Outdoors

Sunday, June 26th 2022

  • 1 pm - 3 pm at Kerry Park Recreation Centre (Mill Bay) - Outdoors

Monday, June 27th 2022

  • 5 pm - 7 pm at Saywell Park (Town of Lake Cowichan)

Wednesday, June 29th 2022 (VIRTUAL)

  • 12 pm - 1 pm (via Webex)
  • Please register using this link

Check out the first round of engagement summary report here!

Cowichan Valley Regional District Active Transportation Plan: Human Powered!

The Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) is currently developing a Regional Active Transportation Plan. The plan seeks to promote accessible, safe, convenient and enjoyable transportation options as an alternative to the private automobile. The project will not only explore multi-modal network connections throughout the region, but also, it will endeavor to tackle some of the most challenging issues we are currently facing, including climate change and equity. You are human powered and we want to help you use your power to get to where you need to go.

But we need your help.

You can participate by using the tools below:

  • Using the map tool, drop a pin to let us know where in the Valley you would love to be able to get to by walking, cycling or rolling. Or, identify a route you are currently using.
  • Using the ideas tool, add an idea you have for increasing/promoting/facilitating active transportation in the Valley. Use the like button to agree with other ideas.
  • Using the stories tool, tell us about a time you spent on our trails.

Round two of engagement is coming up!!

Saturday, June 25th 2022

  • 11 am - 1 pm at Station Street Park (Downtown Duncan)
  • 3 pm - 5 pm at Aggie Hall (Ladysmith) - Outdoors

Sunday, June 26th 2022

  • 1 pm - 3 pm at Kerry Park Recreation Centre (Mill Bay) - Outdoors

Monday, June 27th 2022

  • 5 pm - 7 pm at Saywell Park (Town of Lake Cowichan)

Wednesday, June 29th 2022 (VIRTUAL)

  • 12 pm - 1 pm (via Webex)
  • Please register using this link

Check out the first round of engagement summary report here!

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Making Connections

9 months

Do you cycle, walk, run or roll in the Cowichan Valley? We want to know what routes you love and which ones leave you wanting more connections. Use the map below to navigate throughout the CVRD and drop a pin where you think the route is great, needs more work or a new location you would like to propose in the Regional Active Transportation Plan! Drop a comment in the field, or post a picture!

Page last updated: 25 Jun 2022, 02:36 PM