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HRM WHITMAN2020 Sep 17
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Marc Christopher Sep 16
The on 4th Street SW look good
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HRM WHITMAN2020 Sep 15
Our planning dept is more concerned about what buildings look like than planning for people. Spend on TaxPayer Not & slow “locals only” streets & cfl stadium, & police tank & statue removal task-force & unenforced smoking ban!
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Clem Leveau-Vallier Sep 19
Today I taught my 4 year old how to ride her bike on the big road. Something I would never in a million years have considered doing so soon, if it wasn't for the new . Our kids can now safely enjoy
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Kreshna Yuditya Rahmat Sep 16
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Smart Mobility Congress Sep 18
has never felt more relevant or encouraged in the . and cycling programs have sprung all over the country. via
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Smart  Commute MRH Sep 18
Cristina joined campaign, a resident of , rode her bike to 7 landmarks, including and , using and . Pledge to join the campaign:
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Paul Horsman of the Apocalypse Sep 16
So that pile of rubble used to be our driveway! Neighbouhood renewal in is on the home stretch for year two. Looking forward to smooth roads, more , parklets.
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Sanjay Borra Sep 14
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HRM WHITMAN2020 Sep 18
Looks like CBRM is narrowing car lanes for now too. It’s contagious. Sorry Sydney! 🚲
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🚴‍♂️ Siggy the Cyclist 🇱🇺 Sep 16
Hey , are there new bike lanes in your goodie bag? We want a safe infrastructure, not presents.
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Konstantinos P. Sep 18
Your drivers need some education on laws and respecting the others.
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David H - Hambone Sep 15
New pet peeve: Cyclists in who read "SLOW" ... and think "I'M not slow, I should hang over on the right." WRONG. The "SLOW" lane is mis-labeled. It is the "not passing" lane. Not passing? Get left! It increases safety for all behind you.
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Panther Sep 17
I'm all for making sure our two wheel friends have space on our roads,but I see continued funds poured into this with hardly any bikes warranting the investment ,yet car owners who are the majority who pay for it ,dont even have a car lane marked out on the road.
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HRM WHITMAN2020 Sep 15
vs Homelessness. Yes, this really is an October 17th election issue!!
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Del. Robbyn Lewis Sep 17
Pleased to see this expansion of mobility options for the people of Baltimore!
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TPS Traffic Services Sep 19
It’s still & . We stopped a driver who was focused on their phone rather than the road. If you’re pulling over or being stopped by , ensure that you stay out of . Let’s keep our safe!
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Tony Clark Sep 17
The same folks who are cosmetically out here calling for Anti Racist Cities can be found prioritizing over Black People.
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HRM WHITMAN2020 Sep 17
Spending taxpayers dollars on the CFL stadium, spending money snow plowing for 1.1 percent of population that ride bicycles, the unenforced smoking bylaw, armoured police tank, paid statue task force to remove the
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WATS Sep 17
Designated bike lanes will be applied to N Freer Road today as part of the project. Remember not to park in the bike lanes during the project. Thank you.
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