Several inches of snow force riders to detour around security bollards, taking them on to the sidewalk.
Prominent advocacy groups say they weren’t consulted, and that the policy would set back the clock on cycling progress in Windsor.
After their proposal met with a bit of controversy, Vancouver’s plan to introduce 12 new bike lanes to the city, a place where dedicated bike infrastructure is already enshrined, has jumped its last hurdles at city hall.
Today, the city of Montreal — one of the most progressive in the country when it comes to all things bike-related — issued a series of twenty recommendations, all aimed at ensuring that Quebecers share the road more equally and fairly.
To paraphrase CTV News on Vancouver Island, B.C., the irony involved in the theft of Victoria mayor Lisa Helps’s bike during a meeting about new bike parking for the city is almost unbelievable.