Sidewalk Infrastructure Project

A person in a wheelchair and a person using a cane walking side by side on the sidewalk.
Brief description

 MAP is partnering with City of Burnaby to explore the process for identifying and prioritizing pedestrian infrastructure accessibility improvements. 

Primary contact
Primary need
People with disabilities need to be able to move around the built and natural environment easily.
Needs
Description

MAP is partnering with City of Burnaby to explore the process for identifying and prioritizing pedestrian infrastructure accessibility improvements. Pedestrian infrastructure in Burnaby is usually built through development, community member requests, or city-initiated development with a focus on target areas (schools, hospitals, transit exchanges, commercial hubs). The city is seeking to develop a system that will help prioritize areas for accessibility related infrastructure development and upgrades.

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Persons associated with project
Brief description

 MAP is partnering with City of Burnaby to explore the process for identifying and prioritizing pedestrian infrastructure accessibility improvements. 

Primary contact
Primary need
People with disabilities need to be able to move around the built and natural environment easily.
Needs
Description

MAP is partnering with City of Burnaby to explore the process for identifying and prioritizing pedestrian infrastructure accessibility improvements. Pedestrian infrastructure in Burnaby is usually built through development, community member requests, or city-initiated development with a focus on target areas (schools, hospitals, transit exchanges, commercial hubs). The city is seeking to develop a system that will help prioritize areas for accessibility related infrastructure development and upgrades.

Organizations
Persons associated with project