Councillor Stephen Blais and Mayor Jim Watson announced a new plan that, pending Council approval, will direct City resources to improve safety for all users on Ottawa roads.
Joggers, cyclists, in-line skaters, dog walkers and folks out for an evening stroll will soon be able to choose it to get from Innes Road to the southern edge of Ottawa’s urban boundary without stepping foot on a busy arterial road.
Orléans & Cumberland residents will benefit from nearly $5 million of investment in cycling and pedestrian infrastructure as three separate projects in Cumberland Ward are about to begin construction.
Paved shoulders provide safer option for cyclists – $1.89 million cycling connection between Orléans and Cumberland Village.
Stephen is proud to announce that a major 2014 election commitment, the Trans Orléans Cycling and Pedestrian Pathway, is in its final design stage and should be shovel ready by this fall.
Trans Orléans Cycling and Pedestrian Pathway Included in Council Priorities Cumberland City Councillor Stephen Blais is proud to announce that…