Function Junction Sidewalks
Pedestrian access in Function Junction has been an important advocacy file, especially for our Function Junction Members. With the recent completion of the new pedestrian pathways, the Whistler Chamber would like to extend our thanks to the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW). “We appreciate the RMOW’s willingness to consult with the Function Junction stakeholders and the Chamber to see the completion of phase one and two at the beginning of the summer. The Alpha Lake Road reduced speed, at-grade pedestrian pathway, the relocation of the two bus stops, new flashing light crosswalks and traffic-calming curbs are all significant improvements to the safety and functionality of travel in the Function Junction area.”
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The Whistler Chamber hosted the first Advocacy in Action roundtable discussion of 2022 on February 17th. The meeting, which was held virtually, was well attended by representatives from a diverse set of Whistler businesses.
Let’s dive a littler deeper into some details regarding Chamber advocacy.
The Whistler Chamber has recently announced the lineup for the Whistler Experience training program, which serves as a tool to provide effective and affordable training to workers throughout our resort town.