Hordes of Vancouverites weigh in on Point Grey Road bike lane
Vancouverites packed into city council Tuesday for a marathon session on proposed road changes in Kitsilano that place a premium on pedestrians and cyclists over drivers.
Nearly 200 Anavar Pills Look Like citizens signed up to speak to council about the plan, which includes building bike lanes on York Avenue and closing Point Grey Road to commuting cars in order to complete the gap between seaside routes in False Creek to Anavar Zmrc Jericho Beach.
"It's really very difficult to underestimate the benefits of active transport," said John Carsley, medical health officer at Vancouver Coastal Health, applauding the city for encouraging healthy behaviours such as walking.
But Jill Weiss of "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" the city's persons with disabilities advisory committee was less impressed.
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The Buy Cialis Norway meeting will spill over to Thursday night in order to Anadrol Keifei hear all the speakers.
While the folks at city hall discussed the new cyclist friendly infrastructure, the Vancouver police set up a helmet ticketing trap just south of the Burrard Bridge along the proposed route.