Open house for Abbotsford road plan set for today

Public has chance to ask questions about draft plans for transportation and other city systems

A new plan for the future of Abbotsford’s road and transit system is coming and residents will get a chance to weigh in and ask questions of city staff today.

The city is hosting an open house today to allow the public to check out draft master plans not only for transportation and transit, but for Abbotsford’s drainage, water, wastewater and utility systems.

The open house will be held today (April 24) from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Clearbrook Library.

For more information visit www.abbotsford.ca/plan200k

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