Draft Transportation Master Plan
The City of Greater Sudbury has completed the draft version of the Transportation Master Plan.
The Master Plan is an update from the 2005 study and focuses on a sustainable transportation network for vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists along with their projected needs up until the year 2031.
The objectives of this study are to develop a plan that supports the transportation vision and principles through improvement of the existing road network, enhancement and expansion of active transportation facilities; and the incorporation and development of additional transportation policies.
Key opportunities in Greater Sudbury include creating transportation choices to better support biking, walking, and transit at this time; identifying intersections and corridors that would benefit from reduced traffic congestion; creating a transportation network which offers more direct routing; and providing the transportation network needed to support intensified land use in designated growth areas.
Once finalized, the Transportation Master Plan will be appended to the City of Greater Sudbury’s Official Plan.
Revised Notice of Completion- Extended to April 9, 2017
Notice of study completion - Transportation Study Report
Northern Life and Sudbury Star - February 2, 2017
Draft Transportation Master Plan by section:
Table of Contents, List of Figures, List of Tables, List of Appendices (.pdf - 1,551 kb)
Executive Summary (.pdf - 309 kb)
Section 1 - Introduction (.pdf - 243 kb)
Section 2 - Public Consultation Summary (.pdf - 498 kb)
Section 3 - Greater Sudbury Today: Existing Transportation Conditions (.pdf - 2,100 kb)
Section 4 - Transportation Planning Context (.pdf - 244 kb)
Section 6 - Active Transportation: Cycling and Walking (.pdf - 470 kb)
Section 7 - Future Transportation Needs (.pdf - 604 kb)
Section 8 - Transportation Planning Alternatives (.pdf - 6,241 kb)
Section 9 - Cycling and Pedestrian Master Plan (.pdf - 9,626 kb)
Section 11 - Transportation Study Report Implementation (.pdf - 4,990 kb)
Section 12 - Recommendations (.pdf - 254 kb)
Appendices (.pdf - 33,395 kb)