Transportation Master Plan 

Notice of Public Information Centre

Ballantyne Drive Cycle Lane Improvements

The Public Works and Parks Departments are working to redesign Ballanyne Drive to improve the user experience for all users of the road. Join us for an upcoming Public Information Centre including a design presentation with City staff:

June 20th
4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Lorne Park(inclement weather location - Parks & Recreation Main Office: 1 Sherwood Drive)

For more information, please contact Evie Przybyla, Senior Transportation Project Manager at or 519-759-4150, Ext. 5379.

If you, your agency or your group is interested in participating in the development of the Transportation Master Plan Update, or would like to be added to the study contact list for updates please contact:

Paul Bumstead, B.E.S.
Consultant Project Manager
Dillon Consulting Limited
Phone: 416.229.4646 ext. 2311


Evie Przybyla, MCIP, RPP
Project Manager - Senior Transportation Project Manager
City of Brantford
Phone: 519.759.4150 Ext.5379

As part of the 2017 budget process, Brantford City Council approved the review of the 2014 update to the 2007 Transportation Master Plan, to occur at the same time as the review of the City’s Master Servicing Plan and the City’s Official Plan. The 2017 Transportation Master Plan will include the Boundary Expansion Lands that were transferred from Brant County to the City on January 1, 2017. Staff will add the Transportation Master Plan recommendations to the 10-year capital forecast and the strategic objectives will be incorporated into Brantford’s Official Plan.

The Study

The City of Brantford is completing a Transportation Master Plan which will include strategies for transportation and active transportation networks. The Study will develop strategies for the management of transportation demand, truck route management, transit improvements and the active transportation network, including walking and cycling networks, for the next 25 years. The Study will also identify the individual projects required to complement these strategies, and prioritize these projects based on need and required timing. The recommended transportation network improvements will be subject to further study, public consultation, Council approval for funding and, unless previously approved, the requirements of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Process.

The Process

The Study will define existing problems and opportunities, consider and evaluate solutions and identify preferred transportation network servicing and operation strategies. The Transportation Master Plan is being completed as a Class EA study, separate from the Master Servicing Plan, in accordance with the requirement of the Municipal Engineers Association (MEA) Class Environmental Assessment (EA) process for master planning (MEA, June 2000 as amended in 2007 and 2011). The Study is being undertaken based on Phases 1 and 2 of the Class EA processes for Master Plans.

Public Information Centres will be held throughout the process.


The objective of the Study is to ensure that the transportation system can accommodate growth and meet the needs of pedestrians, cyclists, transit users, goods movement and automobiles over the next 25 years.

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Community Events

“Walkability" is an important component of the City's Transportation Master Plan as we understand its importance in a community. Walkability - the ability to walk from your place of residence to shopping and dining options, opportunities for recreation and entertainment, and even work, is a vital part of one's quality of life. As such, we are very pleased to share details of this year's Jane's Walks in Brantford and area.

Jane Jacobs was a writer, urbanist and activist who championed the voices of everyday people in neighbourhood planning and city-building and a strong supporter of walkability. In her honour, Jane's Walks s are part of a global celebration of her ideas and passion for great cities and neighbourhoods. Please consider joining one of the following Walks in a neighbourhood near you.

Jane’s Walks Brantford/Brant May 4, 5, 6, 2018

Jane’s Walks are citizen-led walks that celebrate cities & our connections to them. Join a walk to explore neighbourhoods, new ideas & meet great people.

Walk Name Date & Time Where The Walk Starts
DCNA May 4, at 9:30 a.m. Central P.S., 135 George St.
All Abilities Walk May 4, at 10:00 a.m. 25 Bell Lane
Intergenerational Walk May 4, at 10:00 a.m. 30 Bell Lane (EarlyON & John Noble Home)
Paris Walk May 4, at 11:00 a.m. St. Paul’s Church, 48 Broadway
Williams Street Walk May 5, at 10:00 a.m. 198 Williams Street
Anti-Stigma Walk, clean up & safe disposal of needles May 5, at 10:00 a.m. Harmony Square, followed by a BBQ
Echo Place Walk May 5, at 10:00 a.m. Gravel parking lot on Forest St. near bend at Hickory
Nature Walk May 5, at 10:00 a.m. Charlie Ward Park
A walking Tour of Six Nations History Along The Grand May 5, at 10:00 a.m. Mohawk Chapel 131 Mohawk Street
Eagle Place/BSRA Walk May 5, at 2:00 p.m. Intersection of Erie & Eagle
Equal Ground Garden Walk May 6, at 10:30 a.m. 363 Colborne St, (GRCHC) back parking lot
Rainbow Walk, stories for Brant’s LGBTQ2S+ Community May 6, at 1:00 p.m. Large parking lot at top of Mohawk Park
Mt. Pleasant History Walk May 6, at 1:30 p.m. Windmill on Mt. Pleasant Rd. followed by refreshments.
Brantford Brownfield Walks May 4/5/6, at anytime Self guided walks using the Brantford Brownfield Committee App
Jane's Walks Location & Dates

More details on all the Brantford/Brant Jane’s Walks can be found at: