Work with the rest of City Council to expand Ottawa’s cycling network into a four-season, all ages and all abilities urban grid, that is focused on commuting and biking for utility, not just recreation.
Build out our local bike network with another east-west protected bike lane, preferably on Gladstone. Transform Kent Street into a complete street; push for a redesign that adds a cycling lane in addition to other traffic-calming measures.
Explore seasonal street closures to create more pedestrianized community spaces.
Make sure kids can safely walk, roll, and bike to schools in their neighbourhoods by lowering speed limits on all residential streets in the ward to 30 km/hour and supporting the development of School Streets.
Work with other levels of government to expand and develop incentives for trade-ins of cars for e-bikes or cargo bikes.
Work with the rest of city council to get a functional and widespread bikeshare system, designed as a last-mile part of Ottawa’s public transit system, modeled on BikeTO’s success.