first_imgTransportation Engineer, James Donnelly and Project Engineer, Kristin Bayet both outlined their community goals and the process in which they plan to engage residents before the implementation of the plan.Community engagement is a key aspect to the TMP, which is evident through their ongoing efforts, which includes the creation of a Stakeholder Advisory Group, who will participate in 4 workshops, as well as 2 open house events and an online engagement website for the general public.They also plan to participate in 4 more council meetings and collaborate with city staff and other organizations including the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and B.C. Transit.- Advertisement -The community goals include the construction of an efficient and safe road network, the pavement of roads in all areas of the city, a strengthened pedestrian environment and improvements to the ‘main-street’ function of downtown.There’s also a particular focus on a ‘Downtown Plan’ which consists of a friendly environment for people of all ages and abilities, safe and efficient movement for multiple modes of travel and improved travel choices in an effort to reduce congestion and infrastructure cost.The motion was passed during the regular council meeting later in the day.Advertisementlast_img