Have your say in Bike Winnipeg’s Advocacy Priorities

Take the Bike Winnipeg Priorities Survey

Tell Us Where to Focus Our Efforts

Winnipeg cyclists have gained a lot over the last seven years. We’ve seen new infrastructure, increased education of both cyclists and motorists, and the debut of events like Bike Week Winnipeg that encourage more people to get on their bikes and ride to their destinations. Still, we’ve got a long way to go before we can justifiably say that cycling in Winnipeg is a safe, enjoyable, accessible and convenient transportation choice year-round.

On Monday June 16h, Bike Winnipeg held a public workshop with the aim of gaining insight into where cyclists wanted us to focus our advocacy and education efforts in the coming year. To keep that dialogue going, we’ve put together a 10 minute survey we hope that you will take to help us build upon the outcomes of that workshop.

We’ll use the information you provide to help set our advocacy priorities for the coming year and inform candidates in the upcoming civic election what projects and programs city cyclists would most like to see implemented in the coming years.

Please fill out the survey, and pass it along to friends and acquaintances to hlpe us reach as wide an audience as possible.

Take the Bike Winnipeg Priorities Survey


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