Connecting Our Region

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The Regional Transportation Plan identifies transportation projects and priorities that will help build and maintain a healthy, thriving and connected future for the Central Okanagan region.

The plan will help create a region where more people can choose sustainable and affordable transportation options.

It sets direction for local governments and local Indigenous communities to work together to:

  • Move people and goods more efficiently
  • Achieve fast and reliable transit throughout the region
  • Improve local connections to regional transit
  • Create a safe and convenient region-wide bike and trail network
  • Incorporate new mobility options
  • Reduce future greenhouse gas emissions

This is the first region-wide transportation plan for the Central Okanagan. The long-range, high-level plan was developed following more than two years of technical studies, consultation, and unprecedented collaboration across the region.

The Regional Transportation Plan provides a framework that communities and the Province can use to continue collaborative planning and project development.

Learn more about the Regional Transportation Plan on the project website.

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The Regional Transportation Plan is a project of the Sustainable Transportation Partnership of the Central Okanagan (STPCO), a collaboration of City of Kelowna, City of West Kelowna, District of Lake Country, District of Peachland, Westbank First Nation, and Regional District of Central Okanagan. The STPCO is focused on environmentally responsible/sustainable transportation solutions that strengthen the economy and quality of life in the region.

The Regional Transportation Plan identifies transportation projects and priorities that will help build and maintain a healthy, thriving and connected future for the Central Okanagan region.

The plan will help create a region where more people can choose sustainable and affordable transportation options.

It sets direction for local governments and local Indigenous communities to work together to:

  • Move people and goods more efficiently
  • Achieve fast and reliable transit throughout the region
  • Improve local connections to regional transit
  • Create a safe and convenient region-wide bike and trail network
  • Incorporate new mobility options
  • Reduce future greenhouse gas emissions

This is the first region-wide transportation plan for the Central Okanagan. The long-range, high-level plan was developed following more than two years of technical studies, consultation, and unprecedented collaboration across the region.

The Regional Transportation Plan provides a framework that communities and the Province can use to continue collaborative planning and project development.

Learn more about the Regional Transportation Plan on the project website.

Sign up for e-updates

The Regional Transportation Plan is a project of the Sustainable Transportation Partnership of the Central Okanagan (STPCO), a collaboration of City of Kelowna, City of West Kelowna, District of Lake Country, District of Peachland, Westbank First Nation, and Regional District of Central Okanagan. The STPCO is focused on environmentally responsible/sustainable transportation solutions that strengthen the economy and quality of life in the region.

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    It's the last day! how many people participated this time around? Some neighbour groups used some different marketing strategies this time round to spread the word.

    khutchi59 asked about 1 year ago

    Thank you for your interest in the survey and for helping spread the word. We will be tallying up the results and compiling an engagement summary, which will provide an overview of the responses received through this process. Please stay tuned on this page or at smartTRIPS.ca for the full report that will be available to the public this summer.