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Winnipeg Metropolitan Region is planning to support its growth by making it easier for people to travel in and across the area.
  • Public transit
  • Climate change
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The City of Montreal's Pedestrian and Shared Street Program is the 2018 co-winner in the transportation category of FCM's Sustainable Communities Awards.
  • Sustainability
  • Transportation
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A partnership between the municipality and school boards is increasing high school students' independence and their long-term use of sustainable transportation.
  • Public transit
  • Sustainability
  • Transportation
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Follow Ottawa's lead and integrate transit and cycling to increase bike use year-round. Part of a series on sustainability ideas for Canadian communities.
  • Sustainability
  • Transportation
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The City of Winnipeg studied cycling patterns in the city to help its staff plan cycling lanes and other infrastructure. Winnipeg has the potential to be a great place for bicycle commuting.
  • Sustainability
  • Transportation
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Over 1.25 million bike trips have been counted on Laurier Avenue West since the City of Ottawa, ON, implemented the province's first downtown segregated bicycle lanes in July 2011.
  • Sustainability
  • Transportation
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Three major upgrades to Vancouver's cycling and pedestrian network have created a seamless active transportation corridor running from the city's western neighbourhoods and across the Burrard Bridge to the downtown core.
  • Sustainability
  • Transportation
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The City of Plessisville, QC, combines education, innovative financing, and emission-reducing projects to meet sustainability goals. Read more in our case study.
  • Climate change
  • Energy
  • Transportation
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