Beacon Hill-Cyrville no longer cycling ‘black hole,’ councillor says
Ottawa Citizen

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By Matthew Pearson, Ottawa Citizen, July 23, 2017

With new bike lanes coming to three different roads in the span of three years, Coun. Tim Tierney says his east-end ward is no longer the “black hole” of Ottawa’s cycling network.

There was very little cycling infrastructure in Beacon Hill-Cyrville before he was elected in 2010, Tierney says, and there were several missing links in the network that left some cyclists and would-be cyclists feeling unsafe.

On Ogilvie Road, for example, there are painted-on bike lanes in each direction between St. Laurent Boulevard and Blair Road.

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