Hey everyone, back with another quick video postcard about Ottawa bike infrastructure. This one is about separated bikelanes on Laurier Ave that run the length of downtown Ottawa. They are made simply and cheaply, but very effectively.
If you missed yesterday’s video post, it was about dedicated lanes for bikes and transit on the Mackenzie King Bridge over the Rideau Canal.
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