Five Questions to Shape Milton’s Transportation Future

The Town of Milton is asking for public participation in an interactive online survey to inform the development of a Transportation Master Plan.

Residents are asked to complete the five question survey on the Town of Milton website to provide feedback through a series of questions and an interactive mapping exercise. The survey will be available until Friday, February 17, 2017.

“A number of residents shared their views on transportation planning at a public input session in December, but it’s important that we hear from as many Miltonians as possible,” said Milton Mayor Gord Krantz. “The Transportation Master Plan is a vital part of planning for a well-connected community and the online survey is a quick and easy way to be heard.”

The Transportation Master Plan will define an integrated network of walking, cycling, transit routes and streets that are safe and efficient for the movement of people and goods. The plan will help prepare for a future where residents, employees and visitors have viable transportation choices to travel in and around the town to get to work, school and play destinations. This transportation network will serve varying ages and abilities, and will link to neighbouring municipalities and the greater surrounding region.

For project information and to complete the survey, click here

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  1. Hopefully we get public transport North of Main Street, South of Steele’s Avenue, East of Martin Street, West of Thompson Road… We are the forgotten

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