The Central Okanagan Planning Study
Do you live or work in the Central Okanagan region?
If so, are you interested in being a part of the transportation planning process for this growing region?
This website is for interested citizens to learn more about the transportation planning going on in the Central Okanagan, and to join in the online discussion.
This is all part of the ministry’s three-year Central Okanagan Planning Study, which was launched in the fall of 2014. The purpose of the study is to develop potential route proposals to address future mobility in the Central Okanagan area.
The study is looking at needs of the travelling public, community land use plans, provincial transportation priorities and a possible future second crossing of Okanagan Lake. Related to this is the The Highway 97 – Peachland Transportation Study which is under way to identify and assess possible short, medium, and long-term solutions to address future needs through and/or around Peachland.
Ready to get involved in the Central Okanagan Planning Study? Here’s how:
Have Your Say Online
- Submit your feedback electronically by completing one of three feedback forms for Lake Country, West Kelowna and Kelowna by May 31, 2017 at 4pm.
- Participate in other ways like email, telephone, stakeholder meetings, presentations or dialogue sessions.
- Join the online discussion below:
What important considerations do you see for the concepts being explored for Lake Country and Duck Lake I.R. No. 7 and for Crystal Waters to Coldstream?
What important considerations do you see for the existing or alternate corridor options being explored for West Kelowna and Westbank First Nation?
What important considerations do you see for the existing or alternate corridor options being explored for Kelowna?
What should be done to deal with congestion on the Highway 97 corridor?
Based on the material presented on this web site, is there anything that you feel the study team should know about the performance of the corridor that may have been overlooked?
Given all of the material posted to this site about the corridor, what do you consider to be the most serious issue on the corridor and why?