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Bike Path

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Candice Digoin

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Transcript of Bike Path

Content
Cultural aspects
Key Data
Government's support
How the Quebecois Government is helping to improve bike path in Montreal?
Government's support
Testimony
44%
of cyclists
37%
of Quebecois
use a bike
6 times a year
For
1000
adults
760
have a bike
36000
people
per
Km2
Cars’
possession:
0,4 per habitant
The combination of these
factors

makes of
Montreal
a favorable
city for
cyclists
.
Cultural aspects
Why is it so common
to ride a bike
in Montreal?
Festivals and events
Festivals and events
Fitness
Health
Burn Calories

488 Kcal. / 60 minutes

Protect Your
Heart
32
women are riding a bike
3 times
a week for ½ an
hour

After
a year
their
blood pressure
and
LDL
become
lower
.

Save Your Joins
One of the best
exercise
, which put
less stress
on the knees,
ankle
and
spine

Improve energy level by
20%

Decrease fatigue by
65%

Bicycle Cost
Weather
Bixi
Parking
Improvement
Conclusion
THANK YOU FOR
YOUR ATTENTION.
Go Bike Festival: May 24 to 31

Thousands
of cyclists
The Tour la Nuit

Friday, May 29
Sunday, May 31, 2015
Metropolitan
Challenge
kicks
off the
season
in style
Beauty
Energy
Ambient light
Smiling faces of the
17,000
participants
&
The Metropolitan Challenge
Sunday, May 24

3,000
participants
The Tour de
l'Île de Montréal

famous
cycling event
Recreational
outing
& athletic
challenge
Velo Quebec
Founded in
1967
bicycle
trips
for adolescent
boys
Driving
force
on the Québec
cycling scene
Criss-crossing more than
4,300 km

4
seasons
fearless
Adapts the conduct
Use winter tires
Not a dry and plowed road
NO DANGER
Montreal Cyclist never stop.

Goals and objectives
Reduce
of
30%
the
emissions
of

greenhouse
gas

before
2020
Double
the
bike path
Multiply
by
4
bikes’
parking
Actions
Strengthening
of the bike path
Restoration
of the bike path
and
extension
of
400 km

The
write grids

maintenance
of the bike path
expended of 63km
Montrealers' cyclists testimony
Margaret Levi
1) Do you think that riding a bicycle in Montreal is related
to the cultural background of the city?
Since 1980 the mentality in the city has evolved
There were no bike path and no cyclist in the winter
The culture of the city has changed to raise bicycle in the city.
Groupe Velo Quebec push the city to use bikes
How much Montrealers
love bicycling
in Montreal:
too much

Bikes are an
important characteristic
of Montreal's
personality
Government
support
bikes'
development

3) Tell us about riding a bicycle during the winter
It is invigorating. You need a good equipment: Gloves, hamlet, big coat...
The road is not a problem because Montreal has very effective salty streets
2) Do you think that car drivers are respecting cyclists?
As in many other cities some drivers respect cyclists and some
others do not
4) If you had the possibility, what would you improve
in benefit of cyclists?
Special signs for cyclist to allow them to have priority on cars.
Also more Bike parks
Created in
2009
1
bike
self-service
system of
North-America
400

Km of
bike path

16%
use a bike as a
day-to-day transport

(900 000 people)
2010:
5000 bikes
400 stations
300 meters
Located in
strategic
areas.
Increase five-fold
Kevin Stanley
Candice, Camilo, Fifi- Professor Louise KYRTATAS
Advanced B- CDP oral presentation
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