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Citizen Input Wanted to Determine Future Infrastructure Needs
Posted Date: 1/18/2018

The City of Grande Prairie is developing a Transportation Master Plan and invites citizens to participate in a Public Consultation Session on January 25.

The session takes place from 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. at the Teresa Sargent Hall in the Montrose Cultural Centre located at 9839 103 Avenue.

Residents can expect to engage in discussions and facilitated activities in order to:

• Learn about the Transportation Master Plan
• Develop the guiding principles for Grande Prairie’s Transportation Master Plan.
• Discuss current travel in Grande Prairie.
• Share what affects your transportation choices.

“Once completed, the Transportation Master Plan will help us plan and build the infrastructure that enables the public to move through Grande Prairie for years to come,” says Robin Hutchinson, Transportation & Safety Engineering Supervisor. “Public consultation is vital in understanding community needs throughout the development of the Transportation Master Plan.”


The Transportation Master Plan aims to capture all ways people travel around Grande Prairie, including walking, biking, driving and more.

The Transportation Master Plan is a guiding document that supports the City’s future transportation needs today, tomorrow and into the future. This project is about more than just roads, it is about guiding transportation investments to provide safe, attractive and efficient options for moving people and goods around the City. 

This is the first of three rounds of public engagement. For more information on the project visit: