Transportation Master Plan

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Cleveland Avenue in Squamish with vehicles driving down the street, pedestrians using sidewalks and a crosswalk, and cyclists travelling down the road.


The District of Squamish is developing a new Transportation Master Plan to identify issues with the current transportation network. It will also plan for future growth, and consider bigger picture outcomes including emissions, community and individual health, neighbourhood connectivity, transportation choice, and equity. All modes of transportation will be considered: walking, cycling, rolling (i.e. skateboard/scooter), taking the bus, driving a car, as well as trucks and commercial transportation.

When the plan is complete the District will have an updated list of recommended transportation infrastructure improvements and a roadmap to complete these capital projects! Input from the community will help us understand how to improve access to different transportation choices by providing:

  • Safe and comfortable active transportation networks for people who walk, wheel, and cycle;
  • An accessible, affordable, and efficient transit system; and
  • Appropriate road network improvements with a focus on safety and connectivity.

Project Update:

Thank you to everyone who participated in the first phase of the District's Transportation Master Plan project. From November 21, 2022 - January 18, 2023 we heard from more than 800 people who shared their transportation experiences and ideas to help develop a safe, efficient, and balanced transportation system that meets the needs of our entire community.

Click here to see what we heard during the first phase of the Transportation Master Plan project.


Next Steps

The project team is refining the draft Transportation Master Plan and preparing for community engagement later in the spring and early summer. We look forward to hearing from you on the recommendations in the plan.

Cleveland Avenue in Squamish with vehicles driving down the street, pedestrians using sidewalks and a crosswalk, and cyclists travelling down the road.


The District of Squamish is developing a new Transportation Master Plan to identify issues with the current transportation network. It will also plan for future growth, and consider bigger picture outcomes including emissions, community and individual health, neighbourhood connectivity, transportation choice, and equity. All modes of transportation will be considered: walking, cycling, rolling (i.e. skateboard/scooter), taking the bus, driving a car, as well as trucks and commercial transportation.

When the plan is complete the District will have an updated list of recommended transportation infrastructure improvements and a roadmap to complete these capital projects! Input from the community will help us understand how to improve access to different transportation choices by providing:

  • Safe and comfortable active transportation networks for people who walk, wheel, and cycle;
  • An accessible, affordable, and efficient transit system; and
  • Appropriate road network improvements with a focus on safety and connectivity.

Project Update:

Thank you to everyone who participated in the first phase of the District's Transportation Master Plan project. From November 21, 2022 - January 18, 2023 we heard from more than 800 people who shared their transportation experiences and ideas to help develop a safe, efficient, and balanced transportation system that meets the needs of our entire community.

Click here to see what we heard during the first phase of the Transportation Master Plan project.


Next Steps

The project team is refining the draft Transportation Master Plan and preparing for community engagement later in the spring and early summer. We look forward to hearing from you on the recommendations in the plan.

Page last updated: 05 Mar 2024, 01:18 PM