The City has installed new green bike lanes at the intersections of Fairview/Guelph Line and Prospect/Guelph Line. The green bike lanes are intended to help highlight the bike lane portion of the road, reminding motorists and cyclists to be aware of each other and drive with caution. This is especially important at intersections where cars(…)
Cycling in Burlington for all ages (8 to 80) Cycling for all ages in Burlington: from 8 to 80 using our trails and hydro corridors, and ensuring green transportation also means protecting greenspace.
City Council has asked staff to come back with additional details on costs, and voted 5-2 to refer any decision on bike lanes on New Street to the 2015 capital budget discussions. New Street is scheduled to be resurfaced in 2015, for a cost of $825,000. Staff had recommended using this opportunity to add a(…)
May 28, 2014 Dear Resident: Re: Cycling Facilities on New Street between Martha Street and Guelph Line Please be advised that the Transportation Services Department has prepared a report recommending the reconfiguration of New Street between Martha Street and Guelph Line to include two through vehicle lanes, a centre two way left turn lane with(…)
Thanks to the 40-some residents who attended the recent public meeting to hear transportation staff’s proposal for bike lanes on New Street. The street is being resurfaced in 2015 so it is an opportunity to explore painted bike lanes or possible widening to accommodate lanes. At the first public meeting last year, staff presented 6(…)
New Street Reconstruction & Bike Lanes ———- Thurs, Mar. 27, 7 p.m. – Burlington Seniors’ Centre A summary of resident feedback received on this matter (without identifying individuals) is available here: Bike Lanes on New St resident feedback. and here: bike lanes on New feedback