Following up on the previous post, there’s another meeting about cycling and Scott Street changes:
Subject: Re: Meeting re: Scott Street reconfigurations
Date: Thu, 24 Dec 2020 15:10:19 -0500
From: William van Geest <email@example.com>
I have received communication from Councillor Leiper’s office that in order for City staff to participate in this meeting, it will need to be scheduled for the following week. I apologize for this change. I do, however, think it will be important for City staff to be on hand to answer questions.
Continue reading “Scott Street Changes and Cycling Meeting – January 13” →
Co-chair Heather writes:
On November 25, Jeff Leiper hosted an information and Q&A session with City Transportation Planning Staff, on upcoming changes to Scott St, to make it more bicycle and pedestrian friendly. Plans are to upgrade the section from Churchill to Holland later next year. Jeff provided us a copy of the presentation which describes the project and timelines. Within the next month, Staff will put up a web page with further information. The page will be updated as work proceeds.
, and YouTube archive
of the video conference are indexed in our city councillor’s page on the meeting:
Bike Minds – tales of the bicycle
Picture a cyclist, and what do you see – a well-to-do downtowner riding a “fixie”, or a sporty suburbanite clad in Lycra? Look a little deeper though, and you may be surprised by what you find.
BIKE MINDS is a storytelling event where positive and inspiring bike-related stories are shared in front of a live audience from a diverse range of storytellers. Our mission is to change the way you think about people who ride bikes.
Continue reading “Bike Minds (story telling) – January 29” →
Heather is passing on the city’s November edition of their cycling newsletter. You can sign up for it at https://ottawa.ca/esubscriptions/signup-form-en.html or read the November issue online.
- Flora Footbridge
- Bank Street Underpass
- Cycling and Light Rail, New Routes
- Nepean Trail
- Roll Slowly and Lock Securely
- 2019 Bruce Timmermans Cycling Awards Nominations
- Ottawa Cycling Plan Update
- Fall 2019 Round Up