On February 17, 2021 Paths for People spoke to members of the City of Edmonton Community and Public Services Committee regarding potential Traffic Bylaw changes to identify bicycle safety passing protocols. In the meeting, Committee unanimously passed a motion directing administration to amend the Traffic Bylaw to add the safe passing distance requirement. We will…
What we do
Connecting Edmontonians with efforts and events to create a more livable city. We strive to help Edmonton become a multi-modal city where active transportation is a safe, accessible, year-round option for all.
Human-centred by design.
An event series merging the many modes and perspectives of active transportation.
During Spring 2020, we challenged Edmontonians to draw as they walk and cycle their city during the COVID-19 lockdown—with the help of GPS. From late December 2020 to early January 2021, we ran more weekly #GPSdrawYEG challenges to encourage safe, active transportation. Look forward to more challenges in the future.
ON HOLD DUE TO COVID-19 / The next massive paved park on an iconic Edmonton street will be in 2021
Profiles of local places, businesses and organizations who are supporting and encouraging Edmontonians to walk, roll and cycle.
A crowd-sourced map of gaps in active transportation infrastructure in Edmonton.
The perspective of our enthusiastic and strategic community-builders working to create a walkable, bike-friendly hometown.
Late in 2020, the City of Edmonton released a concept design for the reconstruction of Gateway Boulevard from University Avenue to Whyte Avenue. Gateway Boulevard is one of the key entrance points to our city and it has functioned as a main arterial road for several decades. It also intersects with Whyte Avenue, Edmonton’s premiere…
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