The 2018-2022 Trail Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is a strategic document that links new Trail projects to the mission and objectives of Trans Canada Trail, as approved by its Board of Directors.
The CIP includes identification and prioritization of selected projects, justification for selection, planned budget, completion dates and related funding.
The format of the CIP facilitates the planning and approval of several potential projects in a single step. It provides a comprehensive overview of priorities, objectives and collaboration between departments and partners. It also allows for efficient management of available funds.
There will be annual reviews to allow for the evolution of the plan and to incorporate unforeseen challenges and successes.
Refer to our Support and Development Guidelines to learn more about our objectives around TCT projects.
Instructions and tips for completing the online CIP application form:
Click the "Next" button at the bottom of this page to start
At the end of each section, you will have the option to "SAVE & QUIT".
It is highly recommended to save and quit at the end of each section to ensure that no data is lost
. Once you quit the form, you will receive an email with the information that has been filled out so far and an "edit link", which will allow you return to the form and resume your application.
Before submitting the form
, make sure your application is complete. Any incomplete application could be disregarded at the discretion of TCT.
After submitting the form
, the TCT team will review the information provided and will respond, within 2 weeks, to confirm the application, at which point, further documents might be requested, and actual GIS alignments for the project will be gathered.