March 4 Luncheon: Stony Plain Active Transportation Strategy

March 4, 2020 NACITE Luncheon

This month’s luncheon is sponsored by Bunt & Associates:

ITE sponsor Bunt

In January of 2020 Bunt & Associates, in partnership with Mobycon, prepared an Active Transportation Strategy for the Town of Stony Plain, Alberta.  The Active Transportation Strategy is intended to establish the vision and direction to facilitate the implementation of active transportation strategies for the community.

Through a review of Canadian and international active transportation infrastructure best practice and feedback from the Community using Thoughtexchange, an online engagement tool, 44 specific prioritized infrastructure projects were identified for consideration.  These specific initiatives were also supported through the identification of initiatives to promote and enable active transportation in the Community.  The presentation will highlight the key findings from the project, including existing barriers to active transportation within Stony Plain, how the use of Thoughtexchange contributed to the process, and the five catalyst projects that were identified to kick start the implementation of the strategy.

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About the Speaker

Jason Potter is an Associate from Bunt’s Victoria office and was the Project Manager and Lead Transportation Planner on the project.  Over the past 15 years, Jason has expanded his knowledge of pedestrian, cyclist and vehicle interface and multi-modal intersection design. Jason is a cycling optimist. Admittedly, he sometimes forgets to wear his helmet but he always yields to pedestrians and believes that someday all transportation modes will flow in harmony.

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