September 15, 2019

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Crushed pylons waste bike lane potential: city report

Anders Swanson/Twitter </p><p>The plastic pylons protecting Pembina Highway cyclists don't cut it, a city report admits. Cycling advocates are happy improvements are being considered and Trails Winnipeg executive director Anders Swanson suggests the next step might be flower-protected lanes like this one in Vancouver.</p>

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The plastic pylons protecting Pembina Highway cyclists don't cut it, a city report admits. Cycling advocates are happy improvements are being considered and Trails Winnipeg executive director Anders Swanson suggests the next step might be flower-protected lanes like this one in Vancouver.

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