Sustainable transportation can help improve our physical health, support the vitality of our communities, provide equitable access to services and employment, and protect our environment.
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The Brooklyn Connector trail was officially opened on October 10, 2013 to allow students at West Hants Middle School and the Brooklyn Elementary School to safely walk to a nearby skating rink and enjoy a new option for their recreational activity.
In the 2013-2014 second round, the province awarded over $1,358,427 to various sustainable projects.
Pictou County Trails Association makes progress with their Short Line rail trail. The trail, funded by Nova Scotia Moves, will connect rural communities to the Town of Pictou.
The Sustainable Transportation Strategy is a crucial foundation for taking action and building partnerships across the province.
Connect2 is a grant program that is based on a vision that all trips under two kilometres to key community destinations in rural and urban areas of Nova Scotia could be made using sustainable modes of transportation.
Submit your initial Connect2 expression of interest.
Contact the Sustainable Transportation Program Administrator, Department of Energy at Connect2@novascotia.ca,or 902-424-8090 with questions.