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Creating a Bicycle Friendly Community in Ottawa Webinar

Creating a Bicycle Friendly Community in Ottawa Webinar

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What: Webinar
When: April 17, 2013
Time: 10:37 AM

This webinar explores how the update of the Ottawa Cycling Plan proposes to address transportation policy issues in order to significantly boost cycling rates. The presentations also reviews the work being done at the provincial level to define new, more enticing cycling facilities such as bike tracks. Perspectives on growing cycling modal share will be provided from Public Health, Traffic Operations, as well as Planning. Presented by Zlatko Krstulic, P. Eng. Transportation Planner, City of Ottawa.


  • Zlatko Krstulic PEng, Transportation Planner, City of Ottawa
  • Inge Roosendaal ,Program Development Officer, Ottawa Public Health