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Sustainable transportation means choosing transportation options that are more efficient and have less of an impact on the environment.
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. PEI’s Sustainable Transportation Action Plan has 27 action items to be implemented in the areas of transit...
Changes to rules and regulations on ATVs will make everyone safer while expanding the ATV trail network province-wide. Proposed changes include allowing ATVs on more low-traffic roads and increasing fines and impoundment time for illegal use of trails. “I believe we can work together to balance...
Tree debris removal from curbsides and properties will be wrapping in November so provincial road crews can prepare for winter operations. Provincial road crews have been working on debris removal since early September. Crews started by clearing debris from roads to ensure driver safety, then they...
Roundabouts are constructed at key intersections throughout Prince Edward Island to maximize safety and traffic flow. Roundabouts reduce the need for traffic signals and help ensure traffic moves efficiently during both peak and off-peak traffic periods., How do I get through a roundabout?, As you...
Honourable Steven Myers Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy PO Box 2000 Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8 Dear Minister Myers: I am pleased that you have agreed to serve Islanders as Minister of Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy. Our new Progressive Conservative government will work to...
As provincial road crews continue clearing debris from roads, ditches and curbs, debris removal services are now being expanded to include clean-up around homes. “We know Islanders need help safely removing larger debris from their yards. The province is engaging provincial road crews - and private...
With many trees already damaged due to Hurricane Dorian - and rain and wind in the forecast for this afternoon and overnight - more trees and branches could fall. There is a risk of additional utility outages and more debris blocking roads. Be prepared for continued or additional power outages. ...