Plans to add bicycle lanes going well, city says

EDMONTON – A long-term plan to add almost 500 kilometres to Edmonton’s network of bicycle routes appears to be paying off, a transportation planner says.

Counts last year showed the number of riders had increased between two per cent and 47 per cent, depending on the route, since the city’s bike plan was approved in 2009, said Tyler Golly, a general supervisor in sustainable transportation.

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