For ten years I have been commuting to and from work on 102 Avenue but since attending that bike lane meeting, I have ridden on 103 Avenue and have to agree with the city that it is a much better route. My choice of 103rd was also prompted by the demolition of the 100 year old bridge across the Groat Ravine. With the bridge gone for 15 months while a new one was being installed another way to work had to be chosen - hence the 103 Avenue choice.
|Bye bye bridge|
|It is for real|
To translate: Since 2012, the Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD) has invited submissions of projects created under the theme of communication design for social good. The So(cial) Good Design Awards celebrates work with the power to incite action and make meaningful change in the way we live our lives.
Even though I will miss giving my input to the city's cycling planners, I hope to have the pleasure of cycling on Good Designed bike lanes and who knows?, maybe my city's soccer team will bring home the Amway Cup.