On August 23, Bike Ottawa president Heather Shearer got up really early for a 5 minute interview on CTV Ottawa.
Recently the City of Ottawa succumbed to the pressure of just over 100 local residents to refrain from installing temporary bike lanes on Holland Ave.
The Healthy Transportation Coalition is going to make history on July 22, 2018 by installing the first-ever pop-up bike lane in Bells Corners, in partnership with the office of councillor Rick Chiarelli.
This Little Bike goes to Market is back after a year off, showing off kid-carrying and adult mobility aid bikes at Lansdowne Farmer’s Market!
Bike Ottawa traditionally looks after your bicycle at the RBC Bluesfest. Over 70,000 bicycles have been looked after since 2006, and not one got lost or stolen. And all is done by volunteers.
Councillor Jeff Leiper and Bike Ottawa today released a report prepared for Councillor Leiper on the safety and connectivity of Ottawa’s bicycle network. The entire report is on line.
Bike Ottawa is pleased to present our newest website feature: interactive maps. These were made possible through the work of the Bike Ottawa Data Group, and supported by councillor Jeff Leiper.
BikeOttawa is proud to announce the release of our 2018Ottawa Report on Bicycling. This year, in addition to our usual updates and assessments, we’ve drilled down into Ottawa Centre, South, East and West to showcase some new infrastructure, budget highlights, and cyclists’ stories from all across our big city!
It’s time to ring in spring with our annual Spring.Bike.Ottawa symposium and social! At this year’s celebration, we’ll be talking advocacy and how we can work together to affect change that will make Ottawa a better cycling city.
Attention Ottawa: we have a problem. We’ve reached the point where we actually have lots of bike lanes (and cycle tracks, and paths). We have many people cycling. That’s all great news. But, we also have a lot of people who drive, and they use highways.