Cycling Master Plan Begins
The Notice of Study Commencement was issued May 28, 2020, announcint that the project formally started, following the procedures of an Environmental Assessment.
Initial Cycling Survey - Completed
We are drafting a Vision for cycling in the City of Peterborough and this survey helped us to know what we should be striving for. The survey asked questions about cycling in the city, including both impressions and needs.
Public Consultation #1 - completed
The purpose of the first public engagement was to get input on the draft vision statement, principles for deciding where cycling routes should be provided and targets for growing cycling over the next 20 years.
Information and surveys were posted on-line and there were three ways to engage:
- Participating in an on-line public meeting held September 24, 2020
- Reading information provided on-line and completing the survey
- Placing pins on the on-line interactive map showing routes to include on the map of Candidate Cycling Routes
Background Document Published
This background document will be used to set the foundation for the Cycling Master Plan. It includes the input received on the first two surveys.
Vision and Goals Published
The Vision and Goals provide overarching direction for the Cycling Master Plan.
Public Consultation #2 - completed
A draft of the proposed Cycling Network was shared for comment.
Initial Recommendations to City Council
The initial recommendations for the Cycling Master Plan report were presented at the July 5, 2021 meeting of General Committee. The Vision, Goals and Scenario recommendations were approved by City Council on July 26, 2021.
Cycling Master Plan Development
Using the background information and feedback from the public engagements, work will continue on the Cycling Master Plan report. The report will include recommendations on policies, programs, design standards, maintenance standards and the development of the cycling network. The cycling network includes multi-use trails and infrastructure along roads such as cycling lanes and mulit-use paths beside roads.