This certainly adds a new twist to the bike-lane dispute in Ottawa:
The City of Ottawa bypassed the advice of international consultants when designing the O’Connor Street bikeway in order to make more room for cars, choosing an option the firm described as “less safe” for cyclists.
In the first three weeks since its opening, there were three reported collisions between bicycles and vehicles in the section of the bike lane stretching from Laurier Avenue to the Queensway.
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