The Cycling Advisory Committee reports to the Municipal Council through the Civic Works Committee. The Cycling Advisory Committee (CAC) will advise and support City Council in the implementation of the City's Bicycle Master Plan (BMP); the cycling component of the Transportation Master Plan (TMP)*; the cycling component of the Active Transportation and Transportation Demand Management; and the cycling component of the London RoadSafety Strategy (LRSS) program by:
- reviewing the following for conformity with the objectives of effective cycling planning:
- the role of cycling in transportation master planning studies and implementation projects carried out for the City of London;
- the long term capital plans for bicycle infrastructure and facilities;
- area planning studies, secondary plans and Official Plan reviews.
- publicizing the benefits and importance of the initiatives designed to achieve the objectives of the BMP, TMP and LRSS;
- assisting in the development of new cycling policies, strategies and programs;
- encouraging public participation in the initiatives designed to achieve the objectives of the BMP, TMP and LRSS;
- advising on measures required to implement the City’s commitment to cycling;
- recommending and advising on new cycling initiatives in the context of available approved budgets and under future potential budget allocations; and
- assisting in monitoring the effectiveness of cycling facilities and support programs.
The Cycling Advisory Committee currently meet once a month on the 3rd Wednesday at 4:00 p.m.
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