Six graduate students from Queen’s School of Urban and Regional Planning (SURP) recently completed an Active Transportation Strategy for Queen’s. The report was produced for KFL&A Public Health as part of the SURP Masters of Planning program’s Housing and Human Services Project Course. The report provides recommendations for new infrastructure, policies, and programs that will support active transportation (any form of human-powered transportation such as walking or cycling) as a primary mode of transportation to and from Queen’s.
You can download the report here:
Congratulations to Nancy, Keith, Heather, Sarah, Ivy and James on a job well done!
In other CMP news, this blog has been quiet for a while as we’ve been finalizing the CMP. We are in Kingston today to present the final Plan to the Board of Trustees and will be posting it online within a couple of weeks! Be sure to check back here for the link.