Integrated Mobility Plan

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More people are expected to live in Burlington. The city is planning for future population growth including how people will move through the city.

Over the last 30 years, Burlington's transportation network has accommodated growth by building more roadways. This strategy is no longer sustainable. The city does not have the space to build new roadways and the financial cost to maintain a larger network of roads is significant.

A 21st century city is built around a different transportation model, one designed to provide people of all ages and abilities with more travel choices for things like walking, cycling and transit.

Burlington's Integrated Mobility Plan

Work on Burlington's Integrated Mobility Plan is underway. The plan is built around eight pillars which, when implemented, will result in a new era of transportation that:

  • Provides a wide range of options for getting around regardless of age, means or ability, including walking, cycling, public transit and automobiles

  • Uses compact modes of travel like buses, bicycles and walking to efficiently move larger number of people

  • Is well connected to transportation systems in surrounding regions

  • Offers fast, reliable and more frequent transit

  • Features improved facilities and safety for cyclists and pedestrians

More people are expected to live in Burlington. The city is planning for future population growth including how people will move through the city.

Over the last 30 years, Burlington's transportation network has accommodated growth by building more roadways. This strategy is no longer sustainable. The city does not have the space to build new roadways and the financial cost to maintain a larger network of roads is significant.

A 21st century city is built around a different transportation model, one designed to provide people of all ages and abilities with more travel choices for things like walking, cycling and transit.

Burlington's Integrated Mobility Plan

Work on Burlington's Integrated Mobility Plan is underway. The plan is built around eight pillars which, when implemented, will result in a new era of transportation that:

  • Provides a wide range of options for getting around regardless of age, means or ability, including walking, cycling, public transit and automobiles

  • Uses compact modes of travel like buses, bicycles and walking to efficiently move larger number of people

  • Is well connected to transportation systems in surrounding regions

  • Offers fast, reliable and more frequent transit

  • Features improved facilities and safety for cyclists and pedestrians

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Preferred Network Solution - Share Your Feedback

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In this mapping survey, you will be able to place comments on the map that show the Priority Networks for walking, cycling, transit, cars and trucks. 

To help you understand the Priority Network Solutions,  visit the story map for a closer look.

You can place pins to let us know the routes you love, if we've missed anything and to share any other comments or suggestions  on the map. Your input is important and will help us finalize and refine the networks that make up the Preferred Solution. 

In order to better understand the map and what the network lines mean, refer to the legend below:

For information, look for the  i icon, to drop a pin, look for the + icon. 

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.
Page last updated: 26 Aug 2022, 12:49 PM