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Tough trade-offs coming in $510-million Yellowhead Trail upgrades: officials

Council took a collective gulp before approving a $510-million borrowing bylaw for Yellowhead Trail upgrades Tuesday.

“This could be the greatest project in the world. It could also be a disaster if we don’t have the proper oversight,” said Coun. 574 more words

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Stuck with a walker: Pedestrian lights near Edmonton seniors centres first to get review

Edmonton’s pedestrian challenges don’t seem frivolous outside a seniors’ home.

Outside 210-unit Pleasantview Place, Nina Bjur watches her neighbours push walkers far out onto busy residential streets to get around puddles. 809 more words

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Pedestrian shift challenges Edmonton's 'beg buttons' and traffic signals

Activists call them “beg buttons” — the pedestrian signal lights that never give a walk sign until a person hits the button and waits.

It’s a major irritant for Edmonton’s pedestrian subculture, especially on popular bus routes where people watch their bus pull up, stop and drive off before the long cycle finishes and the walk light turns on. 1,243 more words

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Vision Main Street Clarence: 5 Things You Need To Know

After more than a year of study, the public will get its first look at the Vision Main Street Clarence plan at a public forum to be held Thursday February 16th from 7-8:30pm at the Clarence High School Library, located at 9625 Main Street at the corner of Main and Gunville. 779 more words


Vision Main Street Plan To Be Unveiled at Feb 16th Public Forum

Clarence residents and other interested parties will get their first chance to see a draft of the Vision Main Street Clarence plan at a public forum to be held Thursday February 16th forum 7-8:30pm at the Clarence High School Library. 194 more words


A Better Transportation Future for Boulder, Colorado

By Dom Nozzi

January 7, 2017

A better transportation future for Boulder, Colorado — despite the conventional wisdom — is about reducing excessive driving advantages. It is not about finding more money for bike lanes, sidewalks, or transit. 183 more words

Urban Design

Bike Lanes Invade Baltimore

By: Elizabeth Hays

            Recently, Maryland Avenue has undergone a dramatic change-it’s not additional parking, it’s not a wider road, and it’s not the food truck I keep hoping for-it’s a bike lane.   393 more words

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