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County to host open house on May 8 for Delhi Park Community Connections Plan and special transit initiatives

April 16, 2024

April 16, 2024

The County of Prince Edward is holding an open house focused on pedestrian and cyclist connectivity and public transit initiatives on Wednesday, May 8 from 6-8 pm at the Picton Town Hall (2 Ross Street, Picton).

This event will be the second public consultation session for the Delhi Park Community Connections Plan. Preliminary designs will be available for review and comment, and the design team from Victoria Taylor Landscape Architects will be on site to discuss the design and answer questions.

Unofficial and unmaintained pathways through Delhi Park in Picton have been used informally for many years. In the interest of public safety and well-being, the municipality is looking to formalize these routes to create a network of integrated, safe and accessible pathways to improve pedestrian and cyclist connectivity.

Funding for the preliminary design phase was provided by Infrastructure Canada’s Active Transportation Fund.

For more information on the project, click here. For questions or to provide comments, please contact Ashley Stewart, Community Services and Programs Coordinator by email at

This event will also feature information about a number of special initiatives planned for County Transit in 2024. The public is invited to learn more about what the current County Transit system does, upcoming enhancements to the system, and next steps in planning for the future of transit in Prince Edward County.

County Transit is the municipal public transit service, launched in 2020 with funding provided through the Provincial Community Transportation Fund. County Transit currently offers a fixed route that runs between Picton, Bloomfield and Belleville four times per day, five days per week, a flexible route to serve the western County, and scheduled on-demand services to help residents connect to the fixed route.

For more information about County Transit, click here or contact Vincent de Tourdonnet, Transit Coordinator by email at


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