Ontario releases details of $50M cycling infrastructure plan
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By Alex Abdelwahab, Metro News, May 30th, 2017.

Ontario has released more details of its previously announced plan to fund more bike lanes this year.In its budget, the province had promised $50 million from its cap and trade carbon program for commuter cycling infrastructure. The money would be used for “cycling lanes separated by a curb and cycling signals.”On Monday, the provincial government launched its Ontario Municipal Commuter Cycling Program (OMCCP), which will run for four. It will support up to 80 per cent of the cost.

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