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A Complete Street Vision for County Road 21/Highland St. in Haliburton Ontario

March 15, 2017
Categories: Haliburton Village and News.

Over the past year and a half, TCAT has been working with The Communities in Action (CIA) Committee to undertake a rural Active Neighbourhoods Canada Project in Haliburton. The CIA Committee was formed in 2004 to create healthy and active rural communities through active transportation policy, research and multi-sector partnerships. As a result of this project,… Read more »

Haliburton Traffic Calming Pop-Up

November 20, 2016
Categories: Haliburton Village and News. | Associated Neighbourhoods: Haliburton Village.

  On September 27th, 2016 residents of Haliburton County arrived at their popular Farmer’s market to find a new and improved parking lot entrance way. This traffic calming pop-up included clearly marked space for pedestrians, decreased entrance and exit lane widths and some decorative planters. The idea was developed by the Active Neighbourhoods team and… Read more »

Studying Active Transportation Experience in Haliburton

January 21, 2016
Categories: Haliburton Village and News. | Associated Neighbourhoods: Haliburton Village.

Car Martin, TCAT’s Active Neighbourhoods Project Manager & Sue Shikaze, Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Centre; Photo Credit: Mikey Bennington . The Active Neighbourhoods Canada Project in Haliburton, launched last fall, recently completed a series of five focus groups with targeted stakeholders regarding their travel experiences in the community. The aim of these focus groups… Read more »

Announcing TCAT’s 3rd Active Neighbourhoods Canada Project

November 8, 2015
Categories: Haliburton Village and News.

Haliburton Village to be the next Ontario site TCAT is pleased to announce the launch of its third Active Neighbourhoods project in collaboration with our local partner Communities in Action (CIA). CIA’s extensive work in Haliburton County has built momentum and improved conditions for walking and cycling over the past decade. In 2014, CIA updated their… Read more »