Parking Management Plan

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March 2020 —The COVID-19 pandemic has put a temporary hold on this project. Please subscribe to the project to receive updates.

The vital components to realizing Kamloops' transportation vision are understanding the existing state of parking in the City and establishing what constitutes a parking issue/problem. The City of Kamloops has identified a preliminary set of on and off-street parking challenges in the Downtown, the Tranquille Business Corridor, and at the Tournament Capital Centre (TCC).

Bunt & Associates Engineering Ltd., together with Allnorth, was retained to collect quality data in the three study areas and develop a comprehensive and effective Parking Management Plan. The Plan will address parking related questions/concerns of stakeholders and the public while proactively connecting the full cost of parking with environmental impacts, including strategies to support growth and development that are sensitive to the social well-being and long-term vision of the City.

The City and the consulting team will be engaging with stakeholders and the public throughout the project to ensure the plan fully responds to and represents the vision and voice of our community.

March 2020 —The COVID-19 pandemic has put a temporary hold on this project. Please subscribe to the project to receive updates.

The vital components to realizing Kamloops' transportation vision are understanding the existing state of parking in the City and establishing what constitutes a parking issue/problem. The City of Kamloops has identified a preliminary set of on and off-street parking challenges in the Downtown, the Tranquille Business Corridor, and at the Tournament Capital Centre (TCC).

Bunt & Associates Engineering Ltd., together with Allnorth, was retained to collect quality data in the three study areas and develop a comprehensive and effective Parking Management Plan. The Plan will address parking related questions/concerns of stakeholders and the public while proactively connecting the full cost of parking with environmental impacts, including strategies to support growth and development that are sensitive to the social well-being and long-term vision of the City.

The City and the consulting team will be engaging with stakeholders and the public throughout the project to ensure the plan fully responds to and represents the vision and voice of our community.