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Crowchild Trail Study Phase 2: Confirm project goals

Project goals developed with citizens’ input

Description: Phase 2 of the study gathered input from participants in workshops and online to develop, refine and finalize project goals. Participants were asked to provide their feedback under three key principles:

  • Maintain and enhance bordering communities.
  • Improve travel along the corridor.
  • Improve mobility across the corridor.

Engagement goal: Work with stakeholders to develop goals and measures that will define success for the Crowchild Trail Corridor Study.

Engagement opportunities were provided in three parts:

  • Part 1: Gather ideas and develop draft goals (June to July) – the team developed 11 project goals based on input at 23 engagement events in June, and thousands of ideas submitted online, at community events, and on community idea boards in and around the study area until mid-July.
  • Part 2: Refine goals (August) – the team shared the 11 project goals and refined them based on input gathered online. More than 650 people provided their feedback online from Aug. 5 to Sept. 4, 2015.
  • Part 3: Confirm goals (September and October) – the team finalized the 11 project goals based on input gathered at two drop-in sessions in September, and online until Oct. 4, 2015.

Outcome: A set of project goals that will help guide the development and evaluation design concepts as the study progresses.

Summary of Engagement Process - View the summary

Timeline Engagement Opportunity Summary of Verbatim Comments
June to July Workshops for targeted stakeholders Business owners and managers
Emergency Response Agencies
Workshops for residents immediately next to Crowchild Tr. June 13, 2015
June 15, 2015
June 17, 2015
Workshops for the general public June 20, 2015
June 22, 2015
June 23, 2015
Online discussion forums using MindMixer Topic: Preserving Community Integrity
Topic: Improving Travel Along Corridor
Topic: Improving Travel Across Corridor
Walking and Bus Tours Walking Tour Route #1
Walking Tour Route #2
Walking Tour Route #3
Walking Tour with St. Pius Church (by request)
Bus Tours June 20 and 27, 2015
Community-based opportunities Door-to-door information sheets
Community Events
Community Idea Boards
Social media Social Media – summary of comments in response to our Facebook posts and Tweets about Phase 2 engagement opportunities
August Online questionnaire using Fluid Survey Summary of online comments
September Drop-in sessions
Display boards
September 26, 2015
September 28, 2015
Online feedback using MindMixer Summary of online feedback

What are the project goals?

The project goals consist of two based on City Policy and 11 developed with input from citizens. Aside from the City Policy Goals, the 11 goals are grouped into three key principles:

Key Principle #1: Maintain and enhance bordering communities

Key Principle #2: Improve travel along the corridor

Key Principle #3: Improve mobility across the corridor