The case of Ottawa's missing bike lane

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By Kieran Delamont, Ottawa Metro News, November 15, 2017

There was a great deal of confusion at the corner of Lyon and Queen Streets after cycling advocates noticed the bike lanes that they believed were going in on Lyon had been scrapped, this week.

Advocates quickly made the comparison with the Booth Street bridge, where planned bike lanes were scrapped without much in the way of transparency.

"Looks like another case of disappearing [bike lanes], similar to the Booth Street bridge situation, where plans changed behind closed doors," tweeted Bike Ottawa, a cycling advocacy group, on Tuesday night.

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