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Enderby workshop prioritizes strategies

Prioritization is the next step in Enderby’s move towards alternative transportation.

The City of Enderby, in partnership with the Splatsin First Nation, Interior Health and the Shuswap Trail Alliance, is holding a second active transportation planning workshop Feb. 25 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the Enderby Seniors Centre.

“This planning process is a fantastic example of collaboration between a range of stakeholders and in the end, we hope that this project can help to strengthen Enderby and the Splatsin band as healthy, active communities,” said Mayor Howie Cyr.

The workshop will build on the outcomes of a December session where participants identified how active modes of transportation, such as walking, cycling, and public transit, could be further encouraged within the Enderby and Splatsin communities.

“This next workshop will involve the participants considering the strategies that were identified at the previous workshop, and then prioritizing these strategies based on a number of community objectives,” said Phil McIntyre-Paul, Shuswap Trail Alliance Project co-ordinator.

To participate in the Feb. 25 workshop, RSVP to Kurt Inglis at 250-838-7230 or kinglis@cityofenderby.com.

 

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