Comment 118563

By Noted (anonymous) | Posted May 14, 2016 at 16:42:51 in reply to Comment 118562

Compare if you dare:

"The city spends an average of about $890,000 each year on cycling infrastructure, according to its cycling master plan. But that's not nearly as much as it would take to build the cycling network envisioned in the city's 2009 Shifting Gears study within a 20-year time period. Here's how the numbers break down: The city's report estimates the total cost for the recommended network to be $51.5 million. Of that, $22.5 million would be spent on urban areas and $29 million for rural areas, in 2009 dollars. The city's report says that to build out the entire plan, that would require $2.5 million to be spent each year for 20 years."

cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/news/cycling-advocates-call-for-hamilton-to-boost-bike-infrastructure-1.3437858

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