BCAC Agenda – April 21, 201619 Apr 2016, Posted by Brampton Cycling, Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee, Events-GTA Cycling, Ontario Cycling in
The Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee agenda for April 21, 2016 is available, and it’s an exciting one!
There will be a presentation by Dayle Laing, Committee Member, about Bike the Creek.
Dayle has included a slide deck, which has many amazing photos from earlier events. Definitely worth a look.
Committee will be hearing a verbal update from J. Mete, Landscape Architect, Planning and Infrastructure Services, on the Franceschini Bridge Project Status – Update for Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee.
This project is now in the detailed design stage. Minor repair/restoration work will be needed, as well as safety and aesthetic improvements including railings to cyclists’ height, lighting, and fencing/gates to improve access. More details are included in the agenda, including these amazing renderings.
Committee will hear an update from Dayle Laing, about Safe Biking Event – Brampton County Court SNAP (Sustainable Neighbourhood Retrofit Action Plan), followed by an update Nelson Cadete, Project Manager, Active Transportation, re: Motion to the Ontario Ministry of Education Regarding Cycling Education.
Other/New Business/Information Items
The Programs Subcommittee has submitted their minutes from their meeting on March 21, 2016. The Minutes are attached to the Committee Agenda. It details some of the planning behind some great events coming up:
There will also be an update about Council Announcement – Community Rides, which Committee member Lisa Stokes recently delegated on to Council.
Two items of correspondence are included in the agenda. The first being correspondence from Pauline Thornham, Member, on the Joint Committee of Western Lake Ontario Cycling Advisory Committee. The second being correspondence from Pauline Thornham about a Ministry of Education Motion. Both correspondence email items are included in the agenda.
Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee meetings are open to the public. Please come out to see the presentations, and to ask questions!