The City of North Vancouver is seeking input on how to improve how residents get around the community in a final engagement phase on a draft Mobility Strategy.
The draft Strategy, developed with community input collected in an engagement process last March, was presented to Council in December 2021. Its central vision is to “create streets that work for everyone”, and contains goals and strategies with supporting actions that will contribute toward achieving the vision.
Once finalized, the new Strategy will be the City’s playbook for planning and making decisions about city streets and how residents and visitors get around over the next decade.
Moving efficiently through the community is a priority we all share,” said Mayor Linda Buchanan. “For too long, people haven’t been provided with adequate transportation choices, which is particularly true for people with mobility or accessibility issues. That’s why, with the input of residents, we’re creating a mobility strategy that will make our streets work for everyone — regardless of how you get around.”
The public engagement process seeks input on how the proposed actions within the draft Strategy can be best implemented in the community. Residents are invited to visit www.letstalk.cnv.org/mobility to learn more and find ways to participate.
Locals can review the draft Mobility Strategy or summary document, answering the survey before February 6, and connect staff with questions and feedback at email@example.com.
“The Strategy is built around a vision of creating streets that work for everyone, no matter what mode of travel they choose. The goals aim to address issues around making streets safe, comfortable, prosperous, and vibrant, and making mobility choices accessible and sustainable,” says CNV.