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2015 Transportation Master Plan
    The City’s Engineering Services team would like to thank everyone who participated in the public survey. Over 600 responses were received and the information has been considered in the development of the Transportation Master Plan


Background Information

The Transportation Master Plan is expected to be completed by summer of 2016. It will serve as the basis for determining future upgrades to the City's transportation network. The recommendations will include short and long-term recommended Capital Plans for budgeting purposes. The Transportation Master Plan was awarded to ISL Engineering, on March 9, 2015 by Council.

In addition to looking at the transportation network as a whole for future planning horizons, the Transportation Master Plan includes a number of additional tasks, including the following:

  • Reviewing available collision data to identify those locations with the highest number of incidents
  • Review the City’s truck route network
  • Undertake a system wide review of the City’s major pedestrian / cyclist circulation system and identify gaps, continuity issues and requirements for new links
  • Complete a functional review of 44 Street (Highway 16) through the City. 


Other Engagement
The City’s Engineering Services Team, along with Bannister Research, conducted a Household Travel Survey, which launched May 19, 2015 with a telephone survey of 700 random households within Lloydminster and surrounding areas. The focus of the survey was to collect travel characteristics specific to the Lloydminster community, including: trip generation, origin-destination pairing and travel patterns between Lloydminster and surrounding areas. The data is currently being collected and analyzed and will be used in conjunction with the recent survey to develop the Transportation Master Plan.


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