Winter conditions vary across a range of temperatures and precipitation,
but in all cases communities must find ways to provide safe, accessible
conditions for winter cycling and walking while balancing competing priorities.
This webinar offers examples of policies and practices that are used to ensure
timely snow removal from sidewalks, pathways, bike lanes and cycle tracks.This is a 90-minute webinar.
Presenters in this session will discuss:
· An overview of different types of winter
climates and how facilities and
maintenance should be adapted to local climate
policy approaches to snow removal from sidewalks
importance of prioritization and predictability of snow removal in encouraging
program to determine operation and funding requirements to achieve improved
snow clearing and street sweeping along on-street bike routes.
Tyler Golly, General Supervisor – Sustainable
Transportation, City of Edmonton
Marc Jolicoeur, Research Director, Velo
Nicole Losch, Bicycle/Pedestrian/Environmental
Planner, City of Burlington
Arthur Ross, Pedestrian/Bicycle Coordinator, City
Recorded January 15, 2014
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