A motion to have Qualicum Beach town staff look at creating a council code of conduct passed unanimously at Aug. 12’s council meeting. — NEWS file photo

Update coming on age-friendly transportation in Qualicum Beach

Two sessions explaining recommendations will be open to the public

People in Qualicum Beach will soon be hearing an update to the town’s age-friendly transportation plan.

Two information meetings are scheduled for Monday, Sept. 30.

The meetings will take place at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre on 747 Jones St.

The first runs from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., and the second from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Consultant Richard Drdul will present his recommendations for updates to the plan.

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The age-friendly transportation plan seeks to improve all aspects of Qualicum Beach’s transportation network for people of all ages and abilities.

The current projects being worked on by the plan are the roundabout construction at Memorial Ave and Island Highway 19A, the Memorial Ave reconstruction between Crescent Rd and Village Way and the separated pathway between Crescent Rd and Village Way.

For more information head to www.qualicumbeach.com/transport.


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