Foster easy, accessible movement through trails, paths, roads and corridors to tie the community together and connect Guelph’s economy with other regions.
Automotive supply chain shortages may affect this KPI.
Baseline year. Data set is sourced from provincial Transportation Tomorrow Survey, most recent survey data is from 2016. The Province is rolling out next survey in 2021 or 2022 (COVID-19 may delay by one year)
2015 to 2019: 1.4% of total collisions resulted in a major injury or fatal outcome
Baseline year. Components of the future Connectivity Index are being collected independently and not yet incorporated into an Index. The Connectivity Index will be established this year as a deliverable of the Strategic Plan Action Plan.
The budget forecast includes the requirements for this initiative. There is significant grant revenue included in this initiative.
Funding included in the budget forecast to be approved by Council.
When COVID-19 guidelines suggested people stay at least two metres apart, cities around the world made room for people to stay two metres apart while travelling.
According to Statistics Canada, transit ridership, and revenue, dropped by up to 85% last year. Guelph’s experience is consistent with comparable Canadian cities; with people working or studying at home, local ridership declined about 80%.