Cycling Advisory Committee


Meeting #:7th Meeting of the Cycling Advisory Committee
Committee Room #4
  • PRESENT:     D. Mitchell (Chair), D. Doroshenko, R. Henderson, J. Jordan, W. Pol, R. Sirois, D. Szoller and P. Shack(Secretary)
    ABSENT:    A. Stratton and M. Zunti
    ALSO PRESENT:   J. Bunn, A. Giesen, S. Harding, A. Macpherson, B. McCall, R. Patterson and S. Wilson
    The meeting was called to order at 4:04 PM.

  • That it BE NOTED that no pecuniary interests were disclosed.

  • That it BE NOTED that the attached presentation from A. Macpherson, Manager Environmental and Parks Planning, with respect to an update on the Parks and Recreation Master Plan, was received.

  • That it BE NOTED that the attached presentation from B. Hutson, Dillon Consulting, with respect to the Southdale Road West Class Environmental Assessment Update, was received.

  • That it BE NOTED the attached presentation from Matt Shier and Oran Young, Fanshawe College Students, with respect to Bike and Walk Map updates, was received.

  • That it BE NOTED that the 6th Report of the Cycling Advisory Committee, from its meeting held on May 16, 2018, was received.

  • That it BE NOTED that the Notice of Public Information Centre, dated June 20, 2018 from P. Adams, AECOM Canada and A. Spargo, AECOM Canada, with respect to the Broughdale Dyke-Municipal Class Environmental Assessment, was received.

  • That the revised attached 2018 Work Plan for the Cycling Advisory Committee BE FORWARDED to Municipal Council for consideration.

  • That it BE NOTED that the Notice Of Public Meeting dated April 25, 2018 from Zoning By-Law Amendment with respect to 1055-1075 Fanshawe Park Road West, was received.

  • That it BE NOTED the Notice of Planning Application dated May 9, 2018, from Zoning By-law Amendment with respect to 147-149 Wellington Street and 253-257 Grey Street, was received.

  • That it BE NOTED, that the Cycling Advisory Committee will meet on July 11, 2018.

  • That it BE NOTED, that congratulations were extended to Municipal Council and staff with respect to opening 900 metres of Cycle Track;

    it being noted that the approach of design allows for improvements as its use is analyzed.

  • That it BE NOTED that W. Pol provided verbal update with respect to London Celebrates Cycling.

  • That it BE NOTED that the committee held a general discussion with respect to the Grand Opening-Multi-Use Bridge connecting Kiwanis Park and the Thames Valley Parkway.

The meeting adjourned at 6:35 PM.