Trails, Paths & Routes Advisory Committee
The Trails, Paths and Routes Advisory Committee (TPRAC) is a public review group for communication between:
- Multi-use trail users
- Walkway users
- Bikeway users
- City of Edmonton civic administration
They provide advice and input to the City administration on:
- Emerging issues
- Special projects pertaining to multi-use facilities.
The TPRAC meets with the City administration five times per year, and establishes smaller task groups to work on specific issues and report back to the entire Committee.
The volunteer members of the TPRAC align their work with the City's vision to develop a network of routes for self-propelled transportation and recreation that encourages a healthy and active lifestyle, for all uses, ages and abilities.
The City is implementing this goal in accordance with:
TPRAC membership involves a minimum of 12 voting members from a variety of age groups (youth, adults and seniors).
A variety of user groups are represented:
- 30% pedestrian (walkers and runners)
- 30% cyclists
- 40% inline skaters, specific organizations, and other user groups
The Committee's terms of reference give representation from the Advisory Board on Services for:
- Persons with Disabilities (ABSPD)
- The Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (EFCL)
- The Edmonton Bicycle Commuters (EBC)
- Other community organizations also represented
For more information:
Trails, Paths and Routes Advisory Committee