City of Ottawa Laurier Avenue Segregated Bike Lane Project – 2015 Sustainable Community Award

City of Ottawa Laurier Avenue Segregated Bike Lane Project - 2015 Sustainable Community Award

(Theme 1 – Transportation)

Organization: Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM)

Project Start Date: July 2011Ongoing

Objective:

Since 2000, FCM has celebrated best practices in sustainable community development through its annual Sustainable Community Awards. The Awards are open to all Canadian municipal governments and their private-sector partners. FCM’s Green Municipal Fund is the primary sponsor of the Awards.

On November 17, 2014, FCM announced the 2015 award recipients in six categories. Winners will be formally recognized at an awards ceremony during FCM’s 2015 Sustainable Communities Conference (SCC) in London, ON.

Transportation (Project)

City of Ottawa, ON – Laurier Avenue Segregated Bike Lane Project

Over 1.25 million bike trips have been counted on Laurier Avenue West since the City of Ottawa, implemented the province’s first downtown segregated bicycle lanes in July 2011. Launched as a pilot project, the new bike lanes were declared a success in July 2013 and are now a permanent feature. Results include improved safety and a greater proportion of cyclists in the downtown traffic mix, reduced roadway maintenance, and new measuring tools to benefit future projects.

Summary:

Contact Us:
FCM
24 Clarence Street
Ottawa, Ontario
K1N 5P3
T. 613-241-5221
Email: info@fcm.ca


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November 17, 2014 at 11:44 pm

Project entered on: November 17, 2014 at 11:44 pm

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