Library Announces Curbside Pick-Up Deets and City Releases Modified Street Deets

June will bring some adjustment to the new normal in our pandemic times. As promised, the Guelph Public Library will begin curbside pick-up on Monday, and speaking of promises kept, the City of Guelph is also following up on city council’s May 11 decision to create options on city streets and sidewalks to get better social distancing. Continue reading “Library Announces Curbside Pick-Up Deets and City Releases Modified Street Deets”

City Council Preview – What’s on the Agenda for the May 11 Meeting?

For the first time in nearly a month, Guelph’s city council will once again meet digitally, and it will likely come with the promise of more frequent meetings in the weeks to come. For this meeting though, we’ve got COVID updates, a deferred vote, and a motion to create more active transportation in town, at least on a temporary basis. Continue reading “City Council Preview – What’s on the Agenda for the May 11 Meeting?”

Protected Bike Lane Project Offers a Taste of the Future

If you’ve noticed the metal waves along the side of the road on Woolwich Street, then you may have already been a part of the City’s grand experiment in complete roads. For the next week, Woolwich Street will be an example of a “complete street,” what the City’s planners are calling a safe, accessible and sustainable road design that could literally pave the way to the future. Continue reading “Protected Bike Lane Project Offers a Taste of the Future”

Public Feedback Wanted for Transportation Master Plan

How do you get around Guelph? How can you get around Guelph better? What do we need to do to have better roads, bike paths, walking trails, and transit routes? All these questions, and many more, are looking for answers by the City of Guelph, and they’re asking for your feedback for the Transportation Master Plan. Continue reading “Public Feedback Wanted for Transportation Master Plan”

City Invites You to Ride the Bus for Free on Wednesday

The City of Guelph will be marking the annual Clean Air Day this coming Wednesday June 5. If you’re interested in doing your part to help clean the local air, the City is allowing everyone to ride Guelph Transit for free all-day. Continue reading “City Invites You to Ride the Bus for Free on Wednesday”

What’s the Deal with the Multi-Use Pathway on Woodlawn?

In a follow-up to last week’s Guelph Politicast about biking in Guelph, I though it might be a good time to share a bit of critical, need to know information should you happen to be on your bike, on Woodlawn Road, and are interested in using the Multi-use Pathway, or MUP if you like. Continue reading “What’s the Deal with the Multi-Use Pathway on Woodlawn?”