The RM of La Broquerie is looking at creating a network of rural pathways to increase connectivity and to provide safe commuter corridors for walking and cycling. This project needs public support. On November 23rd and 24th, 2016, members of the CDC’s planning team will be sharing information about the Secondary Plan process and listening to your ideas for the future of La Broquerie’s trail network.
November 23, 2016 (4PM to 6:30PM): Aborgate School (71 Normandeau Bay)
November 24, 2016 (4PM to 7:00PM): Ecole Saint-Joachim (29 Normandeau Bay)
With help from the La Broquerie Community Development Corporation, the RM is addressing these policies in its Development Plan:
4.2.11 Identify and protect future regional transportation corridors and connections within the municipality;
4.2.15 Promote alternatives to vehicular transportation by providing an effective inter-neighbourhood trail system for commuters and recreational users; and
4.2.16 The municipality will work toward an environment that encourages and supports walking or cycling throughout the community by design. Practices that ensure safe, direct, comfortable, attractive, and convenient pedestrian conditions, including safe walking and bicycling routes to schools, community recreation facilities, parklands, and commercial areas, and dedicated bicycle parking in appropriate areas, will be utilized.