Help improve pedestrian and traffic safety at Cathedral Grove.
MacMillan Park, also known as Cathedral Grove, is world-renowned and attracts approximately 500,000 visitors annually. Visitors come to the area via Highway 4 which runs through the park.
The Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure has made safety improvements to this section of highway. However, the park’s popularity has led to concerns about pedestrian crossings, unsafe parking habits and other traffic issues.
We are seeking your input on how to address safety concerns while protecting environmental, social and cultural values.
Help us develop options by:
- Sharing your experiences as a visitor to the park.
- Sharing your experiences using Highway 4 and traveling through the park.
- Considering potential improvements that could improve safety while protecting the park.
The Cathedral Grove Pedestrian and Traffic Safety Study is seeking public input on understanding these issues, with a series of open houses and an online questionnaire.
Recommendations and options for pedestrian and traffic safety improvements will be presented back to the public for future engagement in spring 2019.
Online questionnaire open for feedback until January 4, 2019.