Transit supportive corridors

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

Before joining this discussion, check out the following recommended reading:

As Kelowna grows, we will need to make transit, bicycling and walking safer and more convenient to give people more choices for how to get around. Where we focus new growth will determine how convenient it is to use these modes, which is why the draft OCP signals a series of Transit Supportive Corridors where additional density would be considered.These corridors would link our Urban Centres, working with the Transportation Master Plan to ensure that people and places are better connected.

Key directions to achieve this vision include:

  • Supporting investments in transit along key corridors that connect our Urban Centres and Core Area neighbourhoods
  • Focusing low rise apartments along current and future transit corridors like Richter Street, Pandosy Street, Rutland Road and Clement Avenue
  • Keeping buildings residential along most of the corridor, but allowing for some commercial uses like cafes and corner stores at certain intersections

Questions for discussion

  1. What do you like about the key directions?
  2. How might these key directions be improved? 
  3. Is there anything missing?
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    <span class="translation_missing" title="translation missing:">Load Comment Text</span>