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The 2018 Integrated Transportation Plan provides guidance for Canmore's future transportation network. Learn more here.
Learn more about integrated parking management and some of the available strategies.
Building roads solely to move vehicles is the least efficient way to move people, in order to prepare for the future we need to start thinking about how we move people.
Over the summer of 2019 a number of neighborhood traffic calming projects will take place.
Council has approved the implementation of paid parking and fare free transit in perpetuity. Learn more about how these programs here.
Railway Avenue is a key transportation corridor in town. It is due for major underground utility work and at the same time we will be making sure it's design is consistent with the goals set out in the Integrated Transportation Plan.
Interested in winter cycling? Learn more about our new studded bike tire incentive program.
Construction on this project has started. Learn more about travel impacts here.
This grant program aims to increase space available for ‘people parking’ – through patios, parks, parklets, benches, wide sidewalks and plazas.
Learn more about planned 2020 bus stop improvements.