How Will the City Design Streets?

If you close your eyes one moment and imagine your ideal neighbourhood, what do you see?

What about the different streets? How do they look? How are people using them? What makes them vibrant?

As Edmonton continues to grow, we have think about how we want to design our new and existing streets to better serve everyone, from pedestrians to cyclists, from motorists to truck drivers.

We want to hear your thoughts about our Draft Complete Streets Guidelines. We will be hosting meetings to share information and get public feedback on the project. You can also find more information and provide your input from January 29 to February 15 at edmonton.ca/CompleteStreets.

Meetings

Date: Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Time: 4-8 pm
Location: Terwillegar Recreation Centre,2051 Leger Road

Date: Thursday, January 31, 2013
Time: 4-8 pm
Location: City Hall,1 Sir Winston Churchill Square

*These meetings will be held jointly with another City project: Designing New Neighbourhoods.

Get involved in the discussion. Share your dream with us.

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About the Author
Miriam Bard-Dumont
Miriam Bard-Dumont provides communications support for Transportation Planning. For the past three years, she�s been getting the word out about future projects such as bike lanes, roads and LRT lines. Her role is to make it easy for people to get informed and involved in projects that will shape our City.
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