Cyclist Town Hall Meeting on September 25

Bike Paths Along the Whyte Avenue Corridor

Many Edmonton streets are unsafe for cyclists. As Edmonton’s cycling hub, the Whyte Avenue Corridor is in dire need of dedicated infrastructure to increase safety and make cycling more comfortable for cyclists of all abilities.
● Edmonton Bicycle Commuters : presentation on bicycle infrastructure
● Conrad Nobert: Ideas for Whyte Avenue Bike Infrastructure
● Ben Henderson, Edmonton City Councillor
● You: open forum/town hall meeting format. What bicycle infrastructure do you think would make Whyte Avenue safer and more comfortable for cyclists?
The goal of this meeting is to galvanize public support for Whyte Avenue Bike infrastructure, and then to form a working group to refine a proposal to make to the city. Cyclists should decide what infrastructure would best improve cycling safety and comfort along the Whyte Avenue corridor.
Where: Queen Alexandra Community Hall, 10425 University Ave (near Calgary Trail and 76th Avenue

When: September 25, 7:30pm

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