Four City Cycling Projects Get Funding
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Four cycling projects in the City of Windsor were part of transit funding announced on Friday.
The new connections will provide the community with cycling routes connecting directly to transit routes.
A new bike lane on South Cameron from Totten to Northwood will connect users to the Dominion 5 bus route and will cost $335,000 with federal funding covering $167,500 of the total project.
Little River Boulevard will see new bike lanes from Radcliffe to East City Limits and will connect users to Cora Greenwood Drive/Little River Boulevard for access to the Transway 1A bus route. Total cost is set at $70,000 with federal funds covering $35,000. This route also provides regional connections to the Town of Tecumseh enabling those users access to the same bus route.
Maiden Road from Armanda to the the south city limits at LaSalle will see $500,000 spent on new bike lanes with $250,000 of that in federal funding. This route connects users to Maiden/Todd Lane for access to the South Windsor bus route and also provides regional connections to the Town of LaSalle.
New bike lanes will also be placed on Kamloops Street from Calderwood to the west limit at the cost of $69,000 with federal funding covering $34,515. This route connects users in this neighbourhood to the South Windsor 7 bus route.