Marianne Wilkinson

Councillor, Kanata North

TACK PUBLIC MEETING AND OPEN HOUSE

Tuesday, May 19. 7:30 – 9:00pm
Presentation at 8 pm
Mlacak Center, 2500 Campeau Drive

Would you like to cycle more, but you are unsure which routes would be best? How have other Kanata North residents solved some of the common commuting challenges? What is the City of Ottawa doing to make Kanata North more accessible by bike?  The Transportation Action Committee Kanata (TACK) North Cycling Committee has been hard at work for the last year to answer these questions. They are having a public meeting and open house on Tuesday May 19, and will present their findings, give demonstrations and answer questions.  Come out and meet your neighbours, enjoy cookies and refreshments, and also learn how you can become more active and get involved. (Click image for larger picture).

TACK is a dedicated group of volunteers, who responded to my request to help me in dealing with transportation items in Kanata North. It was formed in 2014. The committee reviews the transportation needs of Kanata North residents and recommends improvements to meet those needs. In cooperation with various city of Ottawa departments, the Committee keeps me informed as Ward Councillor, regarding specific aspects of transportation within the boundaries of Kanata North (Ward 4). The aim of TACK is to foster a quality of service that benefits all residents who are users of transit, cycling, sidewalks (pedestrians), and roads as their modes of transportation.

Cycling Open House Letter sized poster

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