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MTO Asks for Your Input: Infrastructure and Education

With an entrance like this to a path along the Welland Canal, you'd be motivated too, to work on a comprehensive cycling plan.(photo Hans Moor).

The Ministry of Transportation of Ontario has been working hard on collecting ideas from stakeholders in the wonderful of cycling (including yours truly Ctizens for Safe Cycling)  on how to improve cycling in Ontario. From long meetings came long lists and from long lists came an action plan. 

Booth Street at LeBreton: Memories of a Mouldy Basement

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Pimisi Station: Note the lack of signs, road markings, traffic lights and bike infra on this slate paved Booth street. (Image Confederation Line website)

Citizens for Safe Cycling is concerned about the new Booth Street design near Pimisi station, the LRT station that will be built where Booth Street crosses the LRT, just south of the war museum on LeBreton Flats.

30th Anniversary and Annual Meeting: Bike Platform & Eco Districts

We are celebrating our 30th anniversary and we invite you to join us. Our Annual Meeting is one of the biggest bike socials in town. With so many members with so much knowledge and experience, we decided that in this special year our members should be the stars. Therefore, we asked four members to talk about cycling in Ottawa, from its place in the bigger picture such as in Ottawa's Downtown EcoDistrict to our cycling platform for the upcoming elections.

New: "Commute Smart" Challenge, September 14-21, 2014

Hey, EnviroCentre and the City of Ottawa invite you to participate in the Commute Smart Challenge!

Walk, bike, carpool, car share, take transit, skateboard or rollerblade to as many destinations as possible between September 14th and 21st, and record your trips on our commute calendar to earn points.

This Little Bike Went To Market

This Little Bike Went To Market

Cargo bikes of all shapes and sizes appear at Ottawa Farmers Markets (Photo: Ottawa Bike Lanes Project)

Ottawa - At the Ottawa Farmers’ Market, Brewer Park, this Sunday, July 27 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, Citizens for Safe Cycling is hosting a fun event.  “This Little Bike Went to Market” is for anyone interested in learning how to transport market goodies, run errands, and carry their kids all on two-wheels.

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