Wednesday, August 08, 2018, 10:00am - 02:00pm
On August 8 the City of Charlottetown will set up the second “Let’s Talk About Cycling” pop-up at the Victoria Park Bike Lane and be available from 10 am until 2 pm. The public is invited to meet with City staff to provide feedback and also learn more about the goal of improving and expanding on existing infrastructure
The City wants to continue the conversation on cycling in the Capital by talking to people about their experience with cycling and bicycle safety. Avid and recreational cyclists, would-be cyclists and motorists are welcome to share their thoughts and stories about cycling in Charlottetown. The goal is to raise awareness of the benefits of cycling and gain a better understanding of people’s attitudes and experiences with cycling. The insight gained through these conversations will be used in the municipality’s efforts to improve and expand existing infrastructure, and encourage positive and safe cycling experiences for everyone.
The third pop-up will take place during Park(ing) Day — an international day when cities or community groups transform parking places into parks for a day to re-envision how public spaces can be used. This will take place on Kent Street, next to City Hall, on September 21 from 10 am until 3 pm.
Additional information on cycling in Charlottetown is available at: www.charlottetown.ca and click on Cycling Events under Events and Initiatives.