Paul has created interactive maps to allow residents to pinpoint locations on a crowd map in their city to propose things like more bike lanes, expanded sidewalks, or pedestrian-only zones. Sites have been already set up in Hamilton, Saskatoon, Regina and Ottawa.
Now, let’s plan Guelph’s streets. Guelph has already seen a partly pedestrianized downtown during Covid19, as well as some space given to cyclists and pedestrians around Eramosa Road and Speevale Avenue bridges.
We hope to have more engagement with the public on where you would like to see changes, in order to get a broader view of where active transportation infrastructure should be addressed in Guelph.
Let’s keep the conversation going and collect ideas to promote better streets! The site is very user friendly so it’s easy to add your input.
Here’s the link https://streetspace.planlocal.ca/guelph/
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