Q7 - Will you commit to an active transit network with interconnected and protected bike lanes and multi-use paths City-wide (not just in the downtown core)?

Laura Dudas

Historically, the City's east end has not seen the same rate of active transportation infrastructure growth as other areas of the city. This is in large part due to the age of our roads, which were built 20+ years ago solely with vehicles in mind. It is imperative that as older streets are renewed, active transportation use is taken into account and incorporated into the design and construction. This includes renewal of our sidewalks, multi-use pathways, and the inclusion of safe crossings for pedestrians and cyclists.

Lori Stinson

Did not participate

Chris Fraser

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