Welcome to the Online Community Workshop for the Ontario Active Transportation Update!
The City of Ontario is working with the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) to update its Transportation System Plan by adding an active transportation component. Active transportation is defined as walking, biking, and public transit modes of transport. This Active Transportation Update aims to create safe and convenient conditions for people who walk, bike, or take transit, and it aims to create opportunities that support a healthy lifestyle and create a more vibrant community.
In each "room" (or tabs located on the top of this page) you will find information about current efforts to develop an Active Transportation Plan Update for the City of Ontario. Each room corresponds to a specific topic.
- About the Project: This room describes the project, provides a schedule for when key milestones will be completed, and lists the project outcomes upon completion.
- Goals and Objectives: This room lists the project goals and objectives, as well as proposed evaluation criteria to help determine how projects should be prioritized when the update is complete.
- Existing Network: This room shows the existing walking network, biking network, and transit network in the City of Ontario.
- Provide Your Comments: This room asks for your feedback on where there are walking and biking issues in Ontario.
Please tell your friends and neighbors about this site so we can hear from them before Friday, June 19th when the online community workshop will close.