Provide your opinion on Region’s tran...

Provide your opinion on Region’s transportation plan

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North Bay, Canada

#1 Nov 25, 2012
Provide your opinion on Region’s transportation plan
Halton Region is developing an active transportation plan that aims at making it easier for residents to walk, bike and roll across the Halton communities.

Residents are encouraged to provide their input on transportation in the region in an online survey by visiting .

“Having an online survey that people can complete quickly allows us to better understand what matters to the people who live, work, raise a family and retire in Halton,” said Halton Regional Chair Gary Carr.“As we move forward with more people choosing to live in Halton, it’s important that we look at ways to get people out of their cars. Designing a network of safe, connected and convenient routes will give people greater choices about how they can travel in our Region.”

Residents can also give their feedback by emailing or calling 311

Toronto, Canada

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