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This document establishes the guidelines and criteria for applications to the PEI Active Transportation Fund.
Supporting more sustainable transportation in Prince Edward Island will help Islanders lower their impact on the environment, while encouraging more walking, cycling, and community transit. Encouraging the use of electric vehicles is part of the Sustainable Transportation Action Plan., What are the...
As the province prepares for winter maintenance operations, curbside pick-up of large debris will pause until spring. Island residents have until Monday, October 31 to place Fiona debris curbside. The deadline is in place so that the province can ensure roads are clear and safe for winter...
Effective Friday, July 15, equestrians will have access to some rural portions of the Confederation Trail in the second year of a pilot to evaluate the integration of horses on the trail and their impact. The pilot will run throughout this summer and early fall based on trail conditions. Staff and...
This is the application form to apply for the PEI Active Transportation Fund. , What is the Active Transportation (AT) Fund?, The AT Fund was announced in late 2019 as part of the Sustainable Transportation Action Plan . The AT Fund will help build new walking and bike paths, install paved...
The province, in cooperation with the PEI ATV Federation, is looking to introduce a pilot project to allow use the of select portions of provincial highways to link sections of the Federation`s trail system together. The goal is to allow safe travel from one trail to another. The public can share...
Islanders can now sign-up for in-person consultations of the Royalty Oaks project in East Royalty to learn more about project plans and provide their feedback. Ensuring public health measures, including physical distancing, are maintained, on site consultations of the Royalty Oaks project will be...
Considerations on Implementing a Farmland Bank in Prince Edward Island Submitted to the Department of Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy December 19, 2019 Kevin J. Arsenault, PhD
Supporting more sustainable transportation in Prince Edward Island will help Islanders lower their impact on the environment, while encouraging more walking, cycling, and community transit., What is sustainable transportation?, Sustainable transportation is the movement of people in a way that has...
Survey map to show the boundaries of the end of the Bruce Point Road.