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Lampson & Tillicum corridor active transportation improvements
The township has proposed design improvements for both Lampson and Tillicum streets. Using feedback based on our Active Transportation Network Plan public engagement as well as previous surveys, these draft designs aim to enhance road safety for cyclists and pedestrians.
Before moving forward to finalize designs, the township wants to showcase the plan’s features then hear feedback from residents and businesses on these proposed changes.
Active transportation network plan
The township launched a multi-phase engagement campaign to hear how residents want to see multi-modal transportation in Esquimalt take shape.
- See our Active Transportation Network Plan summary with infographics
- Read about the project, including background information and project overview.
- identifies gaps in the pedestrian and cycling network;
- recommends improvements to the quality and experience for people walking, biking and rolling;
- provides a roadmap for high priority improvements over the next 5–10 years;
- aims to increase the share of trips completed by active transportation and to more broadly reach the greenhouse gas (GHG) targets set out in the Official Community Plan.
This made-in-Esquimalt plan is driven by best practices and the latest design guides to reflect the needs, interests & priorities of the community.