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Discussing Downtown Bike Infrastructure for 2010

Dave Mesling discussing Sharrows

Dave Meslin discussing Sharrows

Photo via Chris Tindal

I wasn’t able to make it to the Bikeway Network Public Consultation Event to discuss downtown bike infrastructure for 2010… but thankfully great people like Chris Tindal, James Schwartz and Dave Meslin are there.

One very cool thing coming out of it that’s been rumoured for a while is that segregated bikelanes are planned for University Ave (via @jamesschwartz)

You can follow people tweeting the event (like Chris Tindal, who took the above photo, by following the hashtag #BikeTO.

UPDATE:

Yvonne Bambrick of the Bike Union snapped a couple pics of the crowd with her cellphone:

Why So Serious? :)

Why So Serious? :)

Crowd at the Bikeway Network Public Consultation Event

Crowd at the Bikeway Network Public Consultation Event

If you were able to make it, let us know what you thought about it in the comments below.

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