December 4, 2017 by Ronjoy Bezbarua
(Source: CTV News) The Ontario government says it is increasing its spending on bike lanes across the province. Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca says the province is spending $93 million — up from a previously announced $45 million — this year to help 120 communities build bike lanes and biking infrastructure across Ontario. The spending comes under a four-year municipal commuter plan designed to help Ontario reach its greenhouse gas reduction targets. The funding for the program is drawn from the proceeds of Ontario’s cap-and-trade program. Read full article….
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