The City of White Rock is ready to share a draft of its Integrated Transportation and Infrastructure Master Plan to help address current transportation challenges and help shape the future of transportation in White Rock.
An online survey, open from December 2020 to February 2021, generated feedback on current travel habits and priorities for the City’s transportation network. This helped to form the draft Integrated Transportation and Master Plan. The City will share the draft plan and listen to your feedback, which will be used to finalize the plan and identify the priorities for moving forward.
The final plan will include key themes such as walking, cycling, access to transit, neighbourhood parking, driving and truck traffic and traffic safety. It will provide a long-term strategic plan that will guide transportation and infrastructure decisions for the next 20 years.
Here are two ways to be heard:
On the City of White Rock’s Talk White Rock website at talkwhiterock.ca/transportation until Oct. 22.
Sign up and register for one of the virtual open houses at talkwhiterock.ca/transportation.
Learn more about the White Rock Integrated Transportation and Infrastructure Master Plan, at www.talkwhiterock.ca/transportation
Mayor Darryl WalkerCity of White Rock
“To make our city event better, the City of White Rock’s transportation system must evolve to move everyone efficiently and comfortably, no matter how people choose to get to their destinations. Let’s work together to create a connected transportation system that supports mobility options for people of all ages and abilities.”