Mobility/Accessibility Master Plan

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The City of Lethbridge is currently developing a Mobility/Accessibility Master Plan that will provide direction to new developments, redevelopments, and planning initiatives to ensure equal access within the physical environment is provided to all residents of the city regardless of their ability.


Vision Statement:

The City of Lethbridge is a place where people of all ages and abilities can participate in the community.

The Master Plan will guide the optimization of our physical infrastructure to allow for equal access to programs and services for ALL people, including those with physical, sensory and cognitive disabilities.


The City of Lethbridge is currently developing a Mobility/Accessibility Master Plan that will provide direction to new developments, redevelopments, and planning initiatives to ensure equal access within the physical environment is provided to all residents of the city regardless of their ability.


Vision Statement:

The City of Lethbridge is a place where people of all ages and abilities can participate in the community.

The Master Plan will guide the optimization of our physical infrastructure to allow for equal access to programs and services for ALL people, including those with physical, sensory and cognitive disabilities.


  • We hear you and we're starting to make changes

    17 days ago
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    Since the Mobility/Accessibility Community Forum on October 31, we have been working with our consultants to compile your feedback.

    Although there are a number of factors that will influence certain changes to the physical environment, we are looking at some quick changes that will improve mobility and accessibility for all people, including those with physical, sensory and cognitive disabilities.

    What we heard: the timing of the pedestrian light at 6 Avenue South and 7 Street South was not long enough. Those with mobility issues would often have trouble making it across in time, posing a danger to both the pedestrian...

    Since the Mobility/Accessibility Community Forum on October 31, we have been working with our consultants to compile your feedback.

    Although there are a number of factors that will influence certain changes to the physical environment, we are looking at some quick changes that will improve mobility and accessibility for all people, including those with physical, sensory and cognitive disabilities.

    What we heard: the timing of the pedestrian light at 6 Avenue South and 7 Street South was not long enough. Those with mobility issues would often have trouble making it across in time, posing a danger to both the pedestrian and vehicle traffic.

    What we’ve changed: after evaluating the intersection and use of the pedestrian light, city staff were able to increase the crossing time to better accommodate pedestrians with mobility issues. This change was implemented at 6 Street South, 7 Street South and 8 Street South for consistency along 6 Avenue South.




  • Share your feedback until January 2, 2019

    27 days ago

    Thanks for joining us at the Mobility Accessibility Community Forum! We still want to hear from you. Please post your comments on the Discussion Forums or pin any trouble spots on our Places interactive map.

    Feedback will be collected until Wednesday, January 2, 2019.


    Thanks for joining us at the Mobility Accessibility Community Forum! We still want to hear from you. Please post your comments on the Discussion Forums or pin any trouble spots on our Places interactive map.

    Feedback will be collected until Wednesday, January 2, 2019.


  • Community Forum - October 30, 2018

    2 months ago
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    When: October 30, 2018 from 4 - 7 p.m.

    Where:
    City Hall Foyer and Council Chambers

    This is a Come and Go event at City Hall. You'll have an opportunity to:

    ◦ Discuss the project with City staff

    ◦ Share your Mobility/Accessibility issues with the project team

    ◦ Map trouble spots around the city

    Listen to a presentation about the project at 4 p.m., 5 p.m., or 6 p.m. in Council Chambers.


    Are you a caregiver, resident or business owner that is able-bodied?

    Take part in our Wheelchair and Vision Loss simulation exercises in and around City Hall!


    Getting Here:


    When: October 30, 2018 from 4 - 7 p.m.

    Where:
    City Hall Foyer and Council Chambers

    This is a Come and Go event at City Hall. You'll have an opportunity to:

    ◦ Discuss the project with City staff

    ◦ Share your Mobility/Accessibility issues with the project team

    ◦ Map trouble spots around the city

    Listen to a presentation about the project at 4 p.m., 5 p.m., or 6 p.m. in Council Chambers.


    Are you a caregiver, resident or business owner that is able-bodied?

    Take part in our Wheelchair and Vision Loss simulation exercises in and around City Hall!


    Getting Here:


  • Mobility/Accessiblity Master Plan Project is Underway

    2 months ago
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    The City of Lethbridge Mobility/Accessibility Master Plan (MAMP) project has begun.

    Here's what we've done to date:

    • Project began June 2018

    • Best Practice Research: July 2018 - ongoing

    • Visioning Exercise: July 2018

    • City Employee Simulation Exercise: July 2018

    • Internal Assessments: August 2018


    What's next:

    • Community & Stakeholder Engagement #1: October 30, 2018

    • Draft Plan Development: Winter 2018-2019

    • Community & Stakeholder Engagement #2: Spring 2019

    The City of Lethbridge Mobility/Accessibility Master Plan (MAMP) project has begun.

    Here's what we've done to date:

    • Project began June 2018

    • Best Practice Research: July 2018 - ongoing

    • Visioning Exercise: July 2018

    • City Employee Simulation Exercise: July 2018

    • Internal Assessments: August 2018


    What's next:

    • Community & Stakeholder Engagement #1: October 30, 2018

    • Draft Plan Development: Winter 2018-2019

    • Community & Stakeholder Engagement #2: Spring 2019