Pedestrian and bike committee meeting

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Ward 11 now has a city-sponsored committee advocating for pedestrians and bicyclists, and your correspondent is delighted to be a member. We’ve

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had only one meeting, and our goals remain a touch nebulous, but our

mandate includes reaching out to see what needs to get done.

Paths, yes, everywhere paths! But what else do you think is important?

Here are some questions to get you thinking:

  • Where are pedestrians unsafe?
  • Do we need more pedestrian crossings? Where?
  • What do you need to ride your bike to work?
  • What do you think of bikes and transit? Do they work well together?
  • Does your bike need a repair? Still? How come?
  • Do you find it hard to lock up? Where? What could be done about that?
  • What about bikes and schools? How is that relationship working out?

Leave a comment or drop me a line at adam at if you have input.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

3 thoughts on “Pedestrian and bike committee meeting”

  1. I am a senior who was just about knocked over on the sidewalk in Weston with the moped? Bike….do they have a bell on them?
    Jaywalking…. Just step off the sidewalk and the car will stop for you….
    The corner if Weston road and Lawrence brutal for seniors…

  2. When and where would the next meeting be? Is it open only to committee members? If so, how does one get on the committee?

    1. The next meeting hasn’t been announced. You can call Frances Nunziata to inquire about getting on the committee. Likely not a problem.

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