Petition to Keep Open Streets

It is is out of a sense of disappointment and concern that Winnipeg Trails is taking the unusual step of starting a petition in the hopes of saving and growing one of the few things that has given us hope in trying times. In solidarity with the hundreds of thousands of people who take transit trips who are bracing for more pandemics and the thousands of families who have disceovered streets where they finally felt safe, Winnipeg Trails board and staff invite you to learn more about why we feel the decision to close Open Streets on July 7th.

It is a short-sighted mistake, that must be reversed and renewed action taken to build a safe and connected network.

Please read the petition and consider lending your support.

-Winnipeg Trails

If you want to keep open streets safe, please sign the petition. The city plans to discontinue the few new bike routes…

Posted by Winnipeg Trails on Tuesday, May 26, 2020


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