Bike union endorses cycling petition - email your support today!
Submitted by yvonne on 9 August, 2010 - 09:49
The Toronto Cyclists Union has endorsed a petition put together by bike union member, Alan Heisey for the consideration of Councillor Heaps, chair of the Toronto Cycling Advisory Committee (TCAC). Councillor Heaps has in turn presented the petition to the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee (PWIC) for consideration at their August 18th meeting.
Alan Heisey's petition is copied here, and the full petition is attached below.
Councillor Glenn deBaeremaker, the chair of the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee, will be introducing a motion to consider the petition at the PWIC on Aug 18th.
Accordingly, if you wish to indicate support for the petition, please address your communication to the Clerk and members of PWIC as follows:
TO: "PWIC Clerk" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
CC: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
City Cycling Petition
We, the undersigned request that Toronto City Council take action on the following items to make cycling in Toronto safer, and thus encourage more people to ride bicycles and relieve congestion:
1. Connect the Simcoe Street bicycle lanes to the St George Beverley Street bicycle lanes via John street and Richmond street west so there is a continuous north-south bicycle lane route west of the core connecting Bloor Street to the Lake,
2. Separate the Simcoe Street bicycle lanes from traffic between Front Street West and Queens Quay by bollards and or curbs,
3. Complete and separate the Wellesley/Harbord bicycle lanes system and end the gaps in the system at Queens Park and on Harbord.
4. lnstall separated bicycle lanes on either Richmond and/or Adelaide connecting Sherbourne Street and Bathurst,
5. Ensure that the first phase of the Queen's Quay Pedestrian Promenade terminates at Bay Street and not York Street as it is currently intended.
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