We're updating the city's transportation master plan and we need your help!

The City of Waterloo is beginning a study to review and update the community's transportation master plan. The study will provide an up-to-date strategy for moving people and goods around the city now and into the future. With Waterloo changing and growing, the transportation system needs to adapt to who we are today and where we want to be in 25 years.

The update to the plan is expected to take approximately 12 months to complete. The specific objectives of the study will be to:

  • develop a guiding transportation policy document;
  • provide more travel options;
  • describe how to develop a community that is less reliant on cars for travel;
  • describe how the city can leverage recent investments in light rail transit (ION) and active transportation to encourage citizens to walk, cycle and use transit more.

The study will follow the requirements of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) process (2011) and align strategically with the city's Official Plan and other master plans and policies.

Your input is important to us!

Engaging the community will be a major component of this study. Individuals, organizations and groups are welcome to share their views through a number of channels taking place throughout the year including pop-up consultation events, information centres, stakeholder outreach meetings and more. Residents are invited to share comments here or e-mail WaterlooTMP@ptsl.com with questions or comments.

The City of Waterloo is beginning a study to review and update the community's transportation master plan. The study will provide an up-to-date strategy for moving people and goods around the city now and into the future. With Waterloo changing and growing, the transportation system needs to adapt to who we are today and where we want to be in 25 years.

The update to the plan is expected to take approximately 12 months to complete. The specific objectives of the study will be to:

  • develop a guiding transportation policy document;
  • provide more travel options;
  • describe how to develop a community that is less reliant on cars for travel;
  • describe how the city can leverage recent investments in light rail transit (ION) and active transportation to encourage citizens to walk, cycle and use transit more.

The study will follow the requirements of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) process (2011) and align strategically with the city's Official Plan and other master plans and policies.

Your input is important to us!

Engaging the community will be a major component of this study. Individuals, organizations and groups are welcome to share their views through a number of channels taking place throughout the year including pop-up consultation events, information centres, stakeholder outreach meetings and more. Residents are invited to share comments here or e-mail WaterlooTMP@ptsl.com with questions or comments.

Transportation Points of Interest

4 months

On the side panel, click on the addition sign (+) to drag and drop pins to let us know:

  • Places you like to go (blue pins)
  • Places that are hard to get to (yellow pins) and
  • Challenging points on your route (red pins)
Leave a comment with your pin to tell us more about your experience.

On the side panel, click on the addition sign (+) to drag and drop pins to let us know:

  • Places you like to go (blue pins)
  • Places that are hard to get to (yellow pins) and
  • Challenging points on your route (red pins)
Leave a comment with your pin to tell us more about your experience.

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