Transportation Master Plan
Get Around Sarnia’s Transportation Master Plan
The Transportation Master Plan (TMP) is a long range citywide planning document for the City's transportation infrastructure that:
- Projects future travel demand throughout the City.
- Outlines transportation infrastructure needs to improve existing traffic flow and accommodate future demand.
- Recommends policies and guidelines for all modes of transportation in the city including walking, cycling, transit and vehicle.
- Suggests service improvements to Sarnia Transit and Care-a-Van.
The TMP is organized into two parts:
- Volume 1, Transportation Master Plan addressing roads, traffic signals, downtown parking and active transportation (cycling and walking);
- Volume 2, Public Transit Master Plan addressing public transit needs for both conventional and Care-a-Van services.
- [ 6.26 MB ]Sarnia Transportation Master Plan
- [ 53.1 KB ]June 30, 2014 Council Report
- [ 6.80 MB ]Appendix A - Consultation Material
- [ 272.9 KB ]Appendix B - Traffic Signal System Technical Report
- [ 412.7 KB ]Appendix C - Transportation Impact Study Guidelines
- [ 25.7 KB ]Appendix D - Example Pedestrian Charter
- [ 53.6 KB ]Appendix E - Walkway Infill Program Candidate Projects
- [ 50.4 KB ]Appendix F - Urban Bike Network Proposed Bikeways
- [ 206.7 KB ]Appendix G - Conceptual Bikeway Cross-Sections
- [ 310.9 KB ]Appendix H - Bibliography of Active Transportation Design Guidelines
- [ 2.36 MB ]Executive Summary
- [ 9.00 MB ]Master Plan - Final
- [ 172.3 KB ]Marketing Plan
- [ 214.7 KB ]Care-A-Van Final Report
- [ 52.7 KB ]Care-A-Van Draft Application Form
- [ 462.2 KB ]Task 3 Implementation
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This page was reviewed or revised on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 12:20 PM