Great news, and good to hear about the letter from the Woodbine Heights Association who makes the point that Woodbine is so fast and dangerous now that people avoid it which makes it hard for commercial businesses – making the street more people-friendly with bike lanes will help encourage businesses to come back and thrive on Woodbine.
The East End is one step closer to seeing bike lanes on Woodbine Avenue.
The city’s public works committee agreed yesterday, September 27, to adopt a proposal to install bicycle lanes along Woodbine Avenue. The proposal, with amendments, now goes to city council.
Ward 32 city councillor — and avid cyclist — Mary-Margaret McMahon said she is “thrilled” with the decision, particularly with how efficient the decision-making process has been compared to other bike lane projects.