There’s been a lot of discussion about Wellington’s closure to cars in the last few weeks.
Long-awaited changes finally coming to Laurier Ave West
Bike Ottawa provided feedback to the City on proposed cycling modifications to Laurier Avenue from Queen Elizabeth Driveway to Elgin Street. The plan includes a protected intersection with Elgin Street, separated cycle tracks on the north side of Laurier, and raised pedestrian and cycling crossings of the Queen Elizabeth Driveway on and off-ramps.
A deep dive into the City of Ottawa 30km/h Design Toolbox
The case for lowering speed limit is one that can’t be argued against, and rightfully so — speed is a factor in the severity of injuries and death on our streets. Cities around the world, and the World Health Organization, supports 30km/hr streets.
Ottawa’s winter bike network: Time to grow up!
Ottawa’s Winter Cycling Network is made up of 50 kilometres of cycling tracks, pathways, and recommended routes that are maintained year-round for people riding bikes. Maintaining safe cycling infrastructure year-round is critical for encouraging a shift to sustainable transportation. A map of the network is shown below. The network has only expanded by 10 kilometres […]