Porters Lake and Surrounding Communities Active Transportation Plan

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Consultation has concluded

HRM, in co-operation with the Shore Active Transportation Association (SATA), is inviting residents of Porters Lake and the surrounding communities to provide their input into the development of an Active Transportation Plan for the area. This plan will cover an area stretching from Porter’s Lake to Musquodoboit Harbour, including the communities of Porter’s Lake, the Chezzetcooks (East, Lower East, West, Head), Grand Desert, Seaforth, Conrad’s Settlement and Gaetz Brook.

Take the "Big Moves" Survey

At the 2nd public consultation on Monday, October 28th, a presentation was given that shared the results of public feedback since the first public consultation and introduced the 5 "Big Moves" that are recommended based upon community feedback.

1. Develop a Greenway Link in the Core
2. Revitalize the Porters Lake Core Area
3. Paved Shoulders on Key Roads
4. Develop Destination Greenways
5. Education and Awareness

We want your feedback on the 5 "Big Moves" by Friday, December 13, 2013:

Other ways to get involved


Read the Overview Presentation that was delivered during the first public consultation (September 30th) and review HRM's Active Transportation Plan for background information.


Add your comments to the discussion forum.


HRM, in co-operation with the Shore Active Transportation Association (SATA), is inviting residents of Porters Lake and the surrounding communities to provide their input into the development of an Active Transportation Plan for the area. This plan will cover an area stretching from Porter’s Lake to Musquodoboit Harbour, including the communities of Porter’s Lake, the Chezzetcooks (East, Lower East, West, Head), Grand Desert, Seaforth, Conrad’s Settlement and Gaetz Brook.

Take the "Big Moves" Survey

At the 2nd public consultation on Monday, October 28th, a presentation was given that shared the results of public feedback since the first public consultation and introduced the 5 "Big Moves" that are recommended based upon community feedback.

1. Develop a Greenway Link in the Core
2. Revitalize the Porters Lake Core Area
3. Paved Shoulders on Key Roads
4. Develop Destination Greenways
5. Education and Awareness

We want your feedback on the 5 "Big Moves" by Friday, December 13, 2013:

Other ways to get involved


Read the Overview Presentation that was delivered during the first public consultation (September 30th) and review HRM's Active Transportation Plan for background information.


Add your comments to the discussion forum.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The purpose of this survey is to better understand the use of active transportation modes (walking, cycling, jogging, etc.) in Porters Lake and surrounding communities.  Information from this survey will be used in the development of a plan to identify community concerns and to guide the development new walking and cycling facilities in the area.

     

    This survey should take approximately five minutes to complete.  Thank you for your time.

     

    Note: In order to complete the survey, you will need to register and sign in if you haven't already. You can do this by clicking "Register To Get Involved" or "Sign In" above.

     

    In accordance with Section 485 of the Municipal Government Act, any personal information collected on this survey will only be used for purposes relating to the HRM Active Transportation Survey. The information obtained through the survey will not be presented or compiled in a manner that could potentially identify any respondent. If you have any questions about the collection and use of this personal information, please contact HRM’s Access and Privacy Office at 490-4390 or accessandprivacy@halifax.ca

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