'I don't feel safe': Cyclists disappointed bike lane plan rejected in Smiths Falls

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By Matthew Kupfer, CBC News Ottawa, March 3, 2018

Cyclists say they feel unsafe riding in downtown Smiths Falls, Ont., after council rejected a proposal to add bike lanes to their main street and chose to keep angle parking instead.

The proposal, which was supported by Mayor Shawn Pankow, would have turned angle parking along Beckwith Street into parallel parking and added bike lanes between the parking spots and a widened sidewalk.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/smiths-falls-downtown-cycling-1.4561231