By Kristy Cameron, CFRA News, October 26, 2016
City staff are already looking at tweaks to the segregated bike lane on O'Connor Street, after a cyclist was injured in the bikeway’s first collision on opening day.
Not long after the ribbon cutting, a cyclist was struck by a driver who was turning left on the one-way street, according to paramedics.
"With great smiles and ringing bells we went out ... and officially opened it," says Capital Coun. David Chernushenko. "Believe me, when I listened to the evening news and heard there had already been an accident, nothing more could have hurt more than that."http://www.iheartradio.ca/580-cfra/news/city-reviewing-safety-on-o-connor-bike-lane-following-opening-day-crash-1.2103031