At the Community and Public Services Committee on February 26, the City of Edmonton has the opportunity to finally move forward on new data-driven, evidence-based speed limit regulations to help us achieve Vision Zero goals. TIME FOR THE SPEED CHANGE Paths for People has been a part of this multi-year discussion, advocating for street speeds…
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.
Profiles of local places, businesses and organizations who are supporting and encouraging Edmontonians to walk, roll and cycle.
A massive street party put on by Paths for People—opening iconic Edmonton roadways to everyone as paved parks.
Winter Cycling Mentorship Program
Along with Bike Edmonton, P4P is pairing local experienced winter cyclists with novices who want to give it a try.
An event series merging the many modes and perspectives of active transportation.
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.
The City of Edmonton may introduce bylaw changes which could afford cyclists and drivers a safer experience on our roads. During the council meeting scheduled February 3-5 2020, Councillor Henderson is introducing a motion regarding safe passing distances between vehicles and bicycles. WHAT THE BYLAW CHANGES WILL DO These bylaw changes will further solidify provisions…
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