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  • 1. What is the Kamloops Trails Master Plan? •Guiding document identifying the trails network •Implementation strategy for trails improvements Why are we writing the plan? •Create a flexible plan linked with the Sustainability Plan, Updated Bicycle Master Plan and the future Pedestrian Master Plan Update What is the vision of the plan? •Development of an extensive, sensitive trail network throughout Kamloops with recreation opportunities for all user types.
  • 2. Type 1 Type 2 Type 3 Type 4 Type 5 Difficulty Level Average Trail Width m Maximum Trail Grade % Trail Tread Surface Easiest 2 m 8% Hardened/ Prepared Easy 1.25 m 10% Prepared Surface More Difficult .75 m 15% Natural Substrate Very Difficult .5 m N/A Natural Substrate Extremely Difficult < .5 m N/A Natural Substrate
  • 3. What is the Kamloops Pedestrian Master Plan? •Guiding document identifying the sidewalk network •Implementation strategy for pedestrian facility improvements •Approved by Council in 2002 Why are we updating the plan? •Create a flexible plan linked with the Sustainability Plan, Updated Bicycle Master Plan and the future Trails Master Plan Vision •Safe, active, healthy community with opportunities for all residents and visitors of Kamloops to walk in every neighbourhood.
  • 4. Pedestrian Shoulder •1.5m asphalt adjacent to the roadway •Typically in areas with no drainage infrastructure Separate Asphalt Pathway •Separate from roadway •Can be used in areas with no drainage infrastructure Standard Sidewalk •1.5 – 2m wide concrete •One or both sides of the road Enhanced Sidewalk •Greater than 2m •Includes trees, bricks, coloured concrete, etc
  • 5. Criteria •Pedestrian Volume •Adjacent Traffic Volume •Available Right of Way •Maintenance considerations •Community Plan •Adjacent Land Use •Safety •Drainage Infrastructure •Proximity to: •Schools •Senior Facilities •Shopping •Transit •Community Facilities