Work on the Sapperton & Massey-Victory Heights Transportation Plan launched in late 2016. The program followed a three-phase community engagement process that included workshops, working group meetings, and open house events to gather input and feedback from residents, businesses and stakeholders in the neighbourhood.
The Sapperton & Massey-Victory Heights Transportation Plan is now complete and was endorsed by Council on June 25th, 2018.
A summary document of the Plan has been created which highlights key elements found within the final Plan. Click on the links below to read the high-level summary document, the complete Plan, and report to Council.
The Sapperton & Massey-Victory Heights Transportation Plan, with a focus around safety and livability, was identified on the Transportation group Work Plan starting in 2016. The study area encompassed the Sapperton-McBride and Massey-Victory Heights neighbourhoods, the plan was to focus on three components:
- The Royal Columbian Hospital Transportation Impact Assessment (TIA)
- Other Sapperton developments servicing plan
- Neighbourhood transportation safety and livability plan
The Sapperton & Massey Victory Heights Transportation Plan followed a multi-phase engagement process. In October 2016, the project kicked off with the ‘listen and learn’ workshop held at the Sapperton Pensioners Hall with over 60 people in attendance. Workshop #2 was held in April 2017 to verify evaluation criteria, present findings from the analysis/ modelling, and review preliminary options and measures to address key concerns within the neighbourhood. Two public open house events were held in June and September 2017 for residents to review and provide feedback on the recommended plan which was developed based on feedback from the previous events.
The Sapperton & Massey-Victory Heights Transportation Plan was endorsed by Council on June 25, 2018.