City of Parksville
PARKSVILLE – The process to develop a comprehensive Transportation Master Plan (TMP) is now well underway.
This new plan will be designed to improve mobility for residents, business and tourists based on current capacity and user experience as well as projected future growth.
This plan will guide the future direction of transportation infrastructure in our City. Following the public open house on November 8, we wish to continue engaging with the community.
Next step is an online survey seeking your input on how this new plan can improve your mobility experiences in the City for all modes of transportation, including walking, cycling, transit, and driving. The survey will be open from November 8 to December 3, accessible from
Let’s Talk Parksville and the City’s website. As well, paper copies of the survey are available from City Hall. If you are not able to attend the open house, the information presented at the open house may be viewed on Let’s Talk Parksville and on display in the Atrium, 100 Jensen Avenue East until the end of November. We encourage you to take a few minutes to review this information before completing the survey.
As we update the City’s 2016 Transportation Master Plan, we will continue to seek input on how this plan can improve experiences of mobility for all modes of transportation, including walking, cycling, transit, evolving transportation, and driving. The TMP will address current and future needs for all modes (auto, pedestrian, transit, cycling, and evolving transportation) along with emergency services and goods movement, with a particular focus on the downtown section of the Island Highway corridor.
The goal is to provide a safe and accessible transportation network which will support a high quality of life for residents, and efficient mobility for all, recognizing the unique characteristics of the City of Parksville.
Details about the City’s initiative to create a new Transportation Master Plan is available on Let’s Talk Parksville