Get moving and apply for Active Transportation funds by December 1

The Active Transportation Fund is offering $5 million to grow PEI’s active transportation network. 

Indigenous and municipal governments and community groups are encouraged to apply to the Active Transportation Fund by December 1, 2023.

“The fund is making a positive difference in the lives of Islanders by creating more and improved options for travel and recreation. Getting people out of their vehicles helps our environment and supports people of all ages and our communities.”

- Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Ernie Hudson

Last year, 24 projects across the province received $5 million. Since 2020, government has invested in 106 active transportation projects including:

  • 112 bike racks for schools and public buildings
  • 100 km of paved shoulders on roads and highways
  • 35 km of active transportation pathways

“Funding has helped to build infrastructure so the community and visitors can safely access the Trail of Our Forefathers and it encourages people to be more physically active,” said Robin Enman, Sport for Social Development Coordinator, Lennox Island First Nation. “We’ve put a lot of heart and effort into cleaning up the trail after Fiona to ensure people can enjoy it for recreation and educational purposes.” 

The Active Transportation fund is a $25-million investment over five years that will support priority active transportation infrastructure throughout the province. Active transportation is a self-propelled, human-powered form of transportation.

Media contact:
Stacey Miller
Transportation and Infrastructure


Active Transportation projects funded in 2022 to 2023

Community groups Active Transportation project Funding
Central Region Sport and Recreation Glasgow Hills Trail  $130,000.00 
Cycling PEI Cardigan Trail Entrance $150,000.00
Cycling PEI Brudenell Trail $75,000.00
Cycling PEI Gariloch Trail $69,000.00
Gulf Shore Home & School Hilltop Ave pathway $300,000.00
Island Nature Trust Trail Restoration and Enhanced Safety in Natural Areas $60,000.00
Island Trails Forestview Trail Restoration  $68,040.00
Kensington North Watershed Trail Behind the Rink $12,896.00
Recreation PEI Active Transportation Education $25,000.00
Souris and Area Branch of the PEI Wildlife Federation Legacy Trailhead $60,330.00
Trout River Environmental Committee Trail Enhancement Project $33,882.00
Wood Islands Development Corporation Saltwater Trail - The Last Mile $300,000.00
Indigenous and Municipal Projects Active Transportation Project Funding
Abegweit First Nation Trail Light Project $75,000.00
City of Charlottetown Bypass Brackley Point Road to Confederation Trail $350,000.00
City of Charlottetown East Royalty Pathway Phase 2 $75,000.00
City of Charlottetown Spencer Drive Project Phase 1 $225,000.00
City of Summerside Pope Road $906,526.00
Community of Miscouche Wilfred Street Pathway $375,500.00
Rural Municipality of Northport Sidewalk Entrance Expansion and Improvement $64,860.00
Town of Cornwall Main Street Trail Phase 4 with Lights $473,454.00
Town of Stratford Waterfront Boardwalk $500,000.00
Town of Three Rivers Pedestrian Pathway Georgetown $362,240.00
Town of Three Rivers Route 4 Brudenell Pathway $299,392.00
Town of Three Rivers West Street Pathway $186,250.00



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11 Kent Street,
P.O. Box 2000,
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8

Phone: 902-368-5100
Fax: 902-368-5395

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