Transportation Master Plan (TMP) Draft has been released!


The Transportation Master Plan: City in Motion (TMP) is a comprehensive review and update of the 2007 TMP that continues to plan and build for the 2031 planning horizon and beyond. It is a strategic planning framework that provides direction for future transportation-related studies, projects, initiatives and decisions. The TMP is a multi-modal plan addressing all modes including walking, cycling, transit, automobiles and goods movement.

Click here to view the draft TMP to be discussed at Council on June 20, 2018.


The TMP review and update was undertaken according to the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) process (Municipal Engineers Association (MEA), October 2000, as amended in 2007, 2011, and 2015) for Master Plans.

The City completed the Transportation Master Plan for the downtown area in 2001. The Master Plan provided a number of recommendations addressing all aspects of the transportation system including road networks, bicycle networks, pedestrian facilities, transit and parking. One of the corner stone elements of the plan was the recommendation to convert several major and minor streets from one-way to two-way operation. Several projects from this plan are still outstanding so the five-year review was undertaken.  Click here for more information about the Downtown Transportation Master Plan.