Transportation Master Plan
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Final Transportation Master Plan
On September 13th, 2022, the Committee of the Whole received the Transportation Master Plan on the condition that one (1) project included in the draft plan be removed. The project was the proposal of an active transportation bridge over the Mississippi River connecting Riverside Park Beach and Centennial Park. Subsequently, On September 27th, 2022 Council received and adopted the Transportation Master Plan with this one (1) project removed. The Master Planning process in accordance with the Environmental Assessment Act is now complete and the Final Transportation Master Plan is available for viewing.
The Town of Carleton Place has initiated the preparation of a Transportation Master Plan (TMP).
The goal of this study is to provide clear direction for guiding the capital and operating needs of a growing municipality. We want to ensure all stakeholders, whether they be businesses, commuters, recreational travelers, or students, can get where they want, when they need to.
The TMP ultimately represents a road map toward a future-ready transportation system.
Public Information Centre #2
Held virtually on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021. The notice with additional details about the PIC is available under “Documents” below.
The PIC #2 comment period is closed. Thank you for your participation and input!
Public Information Centre (PIC) #1
Held Thursday June 17th, 2021 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. to discuss the ongoing Transportation Master Plan. The notice with additional details about the PIC is available under “Documents” below.
The PIC #1 comment period is closed. Thank you for your participation and input!
- Project Initiation
- Existing Conditions
- Initial Consultation
- Round 1 - Public and Stakeholder Consultation
- Future Conditions
- Draft Recommendations
- Round 2 - Public Consultation
- Draft Report
- Final Report
- Committee and Council Presentation
Please feel free to contact the study’s Project Managers if you have any questions or comments regarding the TMP:
Guy Bourgon, P.Eng.
Ron Clarke, MCIP, RPP