Transportation

Metrolinx to Fund Cycling Transit Infrastructure

By RTH Staff
Published April 03, 2008

Regional transit coordinator Metrolinx has just announced $190,000 in funding for bike racks on buses and secure bicycle lockers near municipal and regional transit stations.

The idea, according to city alternative transportation manager Daryl Bender in a press release by the mayor's office, is to "make multi-modal trips more convenient" by more closely integrating cycling and transit infrastructure.

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By jacksquat (anonymous) | Posted April 03, 2008 at 13:20:03

Brutal how the provincial transit authority is better for Hamilton's transit than Hamilton...

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By Frank (registered) | Posted April 08, 2008 at 15:03:42

Now all we have to think about is something like velo-city. That'd be seriously cool!

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