Paths for People

Making Edmonton a friendlier place to walk, roll and cycle

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.

Downtown Pedestrianization

We’re working with partners with Edmonton’s core to develop community-driven strategies and projects that support revitalization efforts and make streets that are friendlier places to walk and roll.

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Organizational Update

We have been reflecting on our role – and our ability to deliver change.

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An event series merging the many modes and perspectives of active transportation. 

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The perspective of our enthusiastic and strategic community-builders working to create a walkable, bike-friendly hometown.

Paths for People stands in solidarity with CSU52 Edmonton Public Library employees as they prepare to strike at 11am on Friday, March 15. CSU52 represents over 6,000 technical, professional, clerical, and administrative employees across the City of Edmonton and Edmonton Public Library, with many of their staff directly working on supporting and implementing major city…

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Paths for People is excited to see that the City of Edmonton is looking to renew 76th avenue in the Ritchie, Avonmore, and King Edward Park neighbourhoods. This is an important community connector that strings together local hubs like Happy Beer Street along 99th street, the community business hub at 96th street and 76th avenue,…

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