As a both a motorist and cyclist, I appreciate the need to balance the interests of both types of traffic. Traffic on Cannon flows excellently across the majority of the street. Removing one lane would not significantly impact motorists in a negative way and would provide a further incentive for commuters to choose cycling. This would help in reducing congestion and parking issues especially in the downtown core.
Yes We Cannon is a citizen's group focused on creating a safe transportation route for cyclists along Cannon Street.
Contact us at email@example.com if you would like to volunteer or donate to support our cause! If you donate $20 or more, you will get a beautiful Yes We Cannon t-shirt!
Cannon street slated for work - so let's make sure we get it right!
With the Pan Am Precinct revitalization plan, part of Cannon Street is already being considered for a redesign and roadwork. While the crews are there, we should make sure that we make Cannon work for all road users the entire length of Cannon - not just in one small section.
Yes We Cannon on Raise the Hammer
Yes We Cannon Launched with a bang on May 10th, 2013 - starting off with a post on Raise the Hammer!
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Chamber of Commerce sees Economic Value in Building Liveable Communities
On Thursday May 9, 2013, 8-80 Cities Director Gil Penalosa spoke at the Hamilton Economic Summit, urging City decision makers to "be decisive and follow a vision" for creating a more liveable City.