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The Point Grey - Cornwall controversy: Who is this road for?
 

The Point Grey - Cornwall controversy: Who is this road for?

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When: Thu, 18 Jul 2013 12:30 PM ...

When: Thu, 18 Jul 2013 12:30 PM
Where: SFU Vancouver, Harbour Centre 515 West Hastings, Room 1600

Pt. Grey Road and Cornwall Ave. link the Burrard Bridge with Jericho Beach. They’re flat, scenic, and popular with pedestrians, runners, recreational and commuting cyclists, and drivers. The city proposes changes to make them safer for “all ages and abilities,” at some cost for drivers. Neighbours are split on what, if anything, to do. Framing the discussion are proponent residents Peter Ladner and Pamela McColl, and an opposing residents George Seslija and Duane Nickull. Then it’s your turn to ask, observe, opine.

These slides are from the presentation by George Seslija and Duane Nickull.

The video of this event is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgmgjhNHgb8

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  • Thank you for coming out! We are not anti-cycling! We are pro cycling and want safe, well thought out bike policy. We both speak only for ourselves, not any group.
  • Lets work together!
  • Common goals
  • 1600 signatures on a petition is a far cry from the 44,000 residents of the Vancouver Pt. Grey riding, all of who may be deemed stakeholders. You will hear that the petition has been signed and you may hear it represents consensus. Nothing could be further from the truth. A petition is not a vote. The petition has very few signatures when you consider the size of the stakeholders.
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