Network Planning

Network Planning, a division of Transportation Planning, is responsible for planning the city's long-term transportation network. Specifically, the division plans new (and upgrades to) arterial streets and skeletal roads.

Division staff research and collect information to make informed transportation planning decisions. Current activities focus on:

  • The Transportation Infrastructure Investment Plan (TIIP) that helps enable transportation improvements (10 year capital construction plan)
  • Area-specific transportation studies such as Transportation Planning Studies, Corridor Studies and Network Studies
  • Noise Information
  • Establishing roadway classifications
  • Providing input into planning Initiatives such as Area Structure Plans (ASP) and Regional Context Studies (RCS)
  • Providing input into Provincial Roadway Studies
  • Developing transportation policies related to truck routes, high load routes, dangerous goods routes and high occupancy vehicles (HOV)
 

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