On August 9, 2022, Paths for People wrote to City Council regarding updates to the City’s report on “pedestrian through zones” (PTZs). This report is an exciting exploration of using design to make crossings safer for folks walking or rolling. PTZs include infrastructure like raised and continuous crossings. We applaud the report’s emphasis on safety…
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.
We’re working with young people to advocate for a more sustainable and accessible transportation system in Edmonton.
Walking and Rolling Tours
We’re providing a pandemic-safe way to learn about and be active in our City. Compiling walking tours for all over Edmonton!
An event series merging the many modes and perspectives of active transportation.
Profiles of local people, 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.
95 Avenue from 163 Street to 189 Street will undergo renewal next summer. Learn more here on the City’s website. Currently, the City plans on renewing the streets and sidewalks, as well as adding a shared-use path on the south side of the street. This is a step in the right direction and achieves some of…
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