Not to toot our own horn, but this CBC article offers some great insight into the decision not to own a car, and the transportation alternatives that support a car free lifestyle in Winnipeg. toot toot.
We’re already looking ahead to the new year, and a new year means new growth.
“Pedestrian scrambles — intersections where traffic is stopped in all directions to allow people to cross any way, including diagonally — will make Winnipeg streets safer, city traffic engineers say.”
Peg City Car Co-op is excited to be offering an investment opportunity…
“More Winnipeggers are forgoing their cars, creating new attitudes and business opportunities.” Read on!
“Portage and Main is a critical node and a network in one, the most important synaptic nerve connection in the system. Restoring this intersection’s commercial, cultural and complete transportation functionality is the essential ingredient in the economic renewal of downtown.”
“Walking is good for you, and good for the economy.
Pop-ups are popping up everywhere.
“A new pedestrian and cycling bridge, however, proposed to span the Assiniboine River and connect the cycling infrastructure of Osborne Village and downtown, might present a new model to effectively link many of Winnipeg’s communities at a more intimate scale.”
Interesting! Have you mapped out what your commute would you look like if you walked or biked to work? How long would it *really* take?
“Parks are for people, not cars.” An exciting shift happening in New York City has got us thinking about all the beautiful park spaces right here in Winnipeg that could benefit from this same action.
How many Peg City Car Co-op members also use GoManitoba?