Active Transportation Master Plan Study

The City of Brantford has completed an Active Transportation Master Plan study to enhance walking and cycling facilities throughout the city. Active transportation is any form of people-powered transportation like walking, cycling (including e-bikes), skateboarding, rollerblading, and wheelchair use. This can include walking to a bus stop or cycling to work or school.

The Active Transportation Master Plan study included two stages of public consultation, including an online survey and an open house with both in-person and online submissions.

This Master Plan provides direction to staff to advance Active Transportation projects across the city including both walking and cycling projects along city streets. The public review period is now closed.  The Active Transportation Master Plan will be presented to City Council for approval through the Vision Zero Committee in September.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact our Active Transportation Co-ordinator Daryl Bender at

We thank the community for their feedback on the development of the Active Transportation Master Plan.

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