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BCAC Agenda – May 19, 2016

16 May 2016, Posted by Kevin Montgomery in Brampton Cycling, Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee, Events-GTA Cycling, Ontario Cycling

The Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee agenda for May 19, 2016 is available. Take a look!

Delegations/Presentations

There will be a presentation by Dayle Laing, Committee Member, about learnings from the Ontario Bike SummitDayle has included an impressive slide deck, which has many photos taken from her exploratory ride of Toronto cycling infrastructure.

After that, there will be a presentation from J. Spencer, Manager, Parks and Facility Planning, Engineering and Development Services, Planning and Infrastructure Services, about updates to the Parks and Recreation Master Plan. There is a slide deck included in the agenda for this presentation. The City of Brampton wants to spread the word about updates to the PRMP through its various Advisory Committees.

Other/New Business/Information Items

The Minutes from the Infrastructure Subcommittee – April 13, 2016 meeting will be considered, and are also included in the agenda. Included with the minutes are 2 recommendations to be brought forward to the committee for consideration:

  1. Expressing opposition to a motion passed on March 7, 2016 to consider the Etobicoke Creek Valley for an LRT.
  2. That the email address “cycling@brampton.ca” be added to the Metrolinx HLRT Stakeholders Mailing List for project updates.
    (The HLRT route has an Active Transportation component within the Complete Streets design)

Kevin Montgomery, Co-Chair, has requested a discussion about Provincial Cap and Trade – Cycling Infrastructure Funding*. The discussion is about whether or not to pass a motion to support Share The Road’s recommendation that “the provincial cap and trade program be leveraged to provide $200 million for cycling infrastructure across Ontario over the next 4 years.” Included is the original letter from Share The Road that was sent to Honourable Glen Murray, M.P.P.

*As of May 16, 2016, it seems this will soon be approved with “$200-million to build more cycling infrastructure, including curb-separated bike lanes and bike parking at GO stations.”

Brampton Cycling Advisory Committee meetings are open to the public. Please come out to see the presentations, and to ask questions!

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