Pedestrians and Bicycles

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Are you a commuter or recreational walker or cyclist? Do you have ideas on how the highway in this area could be better designed to meet your needs?

Share your ideas! Tell us your story! Map your thoughts!

Non-motorized means of commuting are becoming more and more popular within the City of Whitehorse, and in the areas beyond. More cars, more pedestrians, and more bikes, all means more opportunities for conflict. The project area is a hot-spot for both pedestrians and cyclists coming to and from Hillcrest, and not just commuters... families with children of all ages, too! Incorporating design

Are you a commuter or recreational walker or cyclist? Do you have ideas on how the highway in this area could be better designed to meet your needs?

Share your ideas! Tell us your story! Map your thoughts!

Non-motorized means of commuting are becoming more and more popular within the City of Whitehorse, and in the areas beyond. More cars, more pedestrians, and more bikes, all means more opportunities for conflict. The project area is a hot-spot for both pedestrians and cyclists coming to and from Hillcrest, and not just commuters... families with children of all ages, too! Incorporating design components into the project that meet the needs of foot- and bike-commuters, is a high-priority for HPW.

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