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MCAC began reviewing cycling infrastructure priorities at our February 5th meeting. Thank you for the suggestions about priority cycling network gap-busters on our Facebook posting. The City's Transportation staff moved quickly to deactivate and bag the bike signals at all Signalized Crossrides safety concerns in Mississauga, as directed by Council GC on January 16, This crossride has also been bagged, free mississauga dating. GC 1p PDF 1. That all newly installed crossrides be deactivated immediately due to safety concerns raised by the MCAC.
That the matter be referred to the Road Safety Committee. That the recommendation be forwarded to the Region of Peel for their consideration to deactivate the crossride at Winston Churchill Blvd and Britannia Road. An MCAC audit ride was conducted to confirm the closure of the crossrides. See photos of closed crossrides at: Rathburn and Perivale ; Burnhamthorpe and Bough Beeches ; Burnhamthorpe and Ponytrail also shown above which exemplify some of the infrastructure issues.
The Staff Safety Plan has been drafted; appended to the Agenda for our monthly meeting: A Slow Roll riding group sprouted in Port Credit last summer and it's back for !
The FREE rides have averaged 10km. Bike lights are a necessity for riding at dusk. Slow Roll is for everyone: The slow pace keeps the group safe and gives riders a unique perspective of sights along the route.
See the Facebook Page link below for the Schedule. The first ride is Thursday, April 25, Ray at pcslowroll gmail. Join the Facebook Group. The RSC had not met since June due to the municipal election campaign period. Crossride Safety Feb 5, After the current MCAC term is completed in earlysome citizen members are planning to continue their interest in promoting a safe cycling network in Mississauga by helping to form an independent, not-for-profit advocacy group.
The City has encouraged formation of a 'third party' cycling advocacy group for free mississauga dating time, to take on initiatives beyond the scope and mandate of MCAC.
All residents who ride bicycles in Mississauga are invited to be part of this first step in the process, either by volunteering for the initial Steering Committee which would develop the mission and operating structure of the new advocacy groupor by attending the first General Meeting date TBA which will formally constitute the group.
At that time volunteers will be nominated to carry out specified tasks so the group may function for the first year. Waiting for Opportunities March updated: