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Lovely meeting @janemitchell this morning in Waterloo! 30min bike ride to the bakery & almost completely on trails – regional councillor Jane agrees that we need more separated infrastructure throughout the Region (though she’s already done a lot for cyclists over the years)! pic.twitter.com/p47zjrHE5a
— CycleWR (@Cycle_WR) August 31, 2018
Here’s what Jane says about cycling on her website:
“Segregated bike lanes and pedestrian sidewalks and trails on Regional roads will mean more options for people as they get around the Region. “