|A new Active Transportation link will be put in place|
between Skidegate First Nation and the Village of Queen Charlotte
following a funding announcement today
A project that will link the Skidegate First Nation and Village of Queen Charlotte will move forward with just under 214,000 in funding announced today by the British Columbia government and North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice.
The initiative which is part of the province's active transportation funding, will be known as The Skidegate-Queen Charlotte Multi-use Commuter Route will be a 12.5-kilometre bicycle/pedestrian route along Highway 16 between Skidegate and Queen Charlotte, as well as signed “bikeways” along low-traffic roads that parallel Highway 16.“We’re working to safely connect more communities here in the North through new active transportation infrastructure,” said Jennifer Rice, MLA for North Coast. “People will soon be able to go cycling, walking, or running on the new 12.5-km multi-use route between Skidegate and Queen Charlotte, giving people better access to cleaner and more efficient ways of getting around.”