The Beechwood Village Alliance wrote to the mayor in favour of a bike lane on St. Patrick Street.
The Lindenlea Community Association encourages implementation of a bike lane on St. Patrick.
Hampton Iona Community group grows impatient with active transportation progress.
In previous years it was kept secret until the very day of the award, but this year, it was already released a week ahead of the ceremony that this year’s Bruce Timmermans Award is going to Vanier’s Sarah Partridge and to Trip for Kids.
The Manor Park Community Association wrote to the city for improved cycling safety on St. Patrick Street.
The Lowertown Community Association wrote to the city for improved cycling safety on St. Patrick Street.
Most attention for cycling usually goes to the downtown core, with its thousands of commuters, denser communities, expensive parking, traffic congestion and all that comes with a big city.
Vanier Community Association is asking the city for improved safety for cycling residents to Byward Market, downtown and Gatineau. City says no to complete street, can’t chip off 20 cm from car lane, and offers sharrows instead.
On May 14, 2014 Citizens for Safe Cycling received the Mayor’s City Builder Award for 30 years of cycling advocacy in Ottawa, Canada’s capital. Citizens for Safe Cycling started promoting safer road conditions in 1984 and has played a leading role in advocating cycling for everyone.
Today, the bike counters that are built in the Laurier bike lanes counted the 1,000,000 bike ride. Last night the counter was 650 rides away from this mile stone number. With over 2000 rides last Monday it is reasonable to assume that the magic number was reached somewhere at the end of this morning.