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Edmundston seeks public input on traffic calming measures

EDMUNDSTON, New Brunswick — Once again, citizens can propose projects through “Realise Edmundston,” an initiative developed to facilitate interactions between the population and the municipal administration regarding land use planning projects.

Through this new consultation process, the City’s Development Department wishes to consult the population regarding temporary traffic calming measures that could work for Edmundston.

These measures tend to promote a slower motorized traffic as well as an improvement in the quality of life of neighbourhoods.

Citizens are therefore invited to complete THIS FORM (available in French) which is also available in the “Realise Edmundston” section, directly on the city website’s home page.

A document presenting examples of possible interventions is also online BY CLICKING HERE (document is in French). Citizens can draw inspiration from this, as well as from local projects carried out in 2020.

Projects for 2021 must be submitted by April 16. The municipality will then analyze requests and prioritize interventions which will be communicated to the population during the month of June.

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