News on Bicycle-Friendly Guelph initiative

October 21, 2008

Healthy Environment

A new free map is available along with a directory of bicycle-related services and tips.

Find out more by clicking here.

The map is available at:

  • Guelph-Wellington Tourism
  • The Central Students’ Association, University of Guelph
  • All bicycle repair and rental shops
  • The Bookshelf
  • Sole Earth Apparel
  • YMCA
  • Guelph Off-Road Bicycle Association (GORBA)

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2 Comments on “News on Bicycle-Friendly Guelph initiative”

  1. Matt Park Says:

    Useful map, and great initiative, although I think there is ample opportunity for improvement. Take for instance the missing bike lanes on Gordon Street between Edinburgh and Stone, and on Victoria between Arkell and Downtown. Recent and ongoing road work on both of these routes did not include the addition of paved roadside bike lanes. Are these improvements being considered?

    I recently spent some time in Montreal. The city had some great bike lanes. During the summer months roadside parking is removed from several roads and replaced with bidirectional bike lanes. They also make use of right on ways beside highways, railways and streams for dedicated bike lanes. The hydro corridor beside the Halon expressway would be a great place for a bike lane running north and south through the entire city of Guelph.

    Keep up the great work.

  2. Dave Says:

    What a great Map!
    Useful, colourful and a wonderful resource.

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