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Ottawa walks to work more than any other city in Canada.

A city of walkers

Ottawa is a city of pedestrians.  More people commute by foot in Ottawa than any other city in Canada.

In 2008, the city developed a Pedestrian Plan.  Very little in this plan has been realized.

Walking and sustainable transit solutions need to be a priority – on paper and in practice.

Last pedestrian struck in Ottawa

June 26 at Bronson and Gladstone

June 20 at King Edward and Daly

May 11 at York and Dalhousie (elderly woman)

May 6 at Bank and Albert (Struck by trailer on a pickup truck)

May 6 at Beechwood and Charlebois – Vehicle (driver) lost control, hit light post, bench and pedestrian.

May 6 at Holland (12 year old)

May 5 at Stonehaven and Eagelson

May 5 at King Edward and Somerset (14 year old)

May 2 at Bank and Aylmer (2 pedestrians)

May 1 at Bank and Hunt Club

May 1 at  St Laurent and Belfast

April 23 at Bank and Wellington

April 16 at Bronson Avenue and 5th.

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