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Cycling

HRM is working to attract more residents to cycling by expanding our bicycle route network, publishing the Bike and Greenways Map, organizing Bike Week, and providing on-street bike parking.

Hollis St. Bike Lane

The Hollis Street bike lane is scheduled for implementation in summer 2014. Drop by our Public Open House at the Art Gallery of NS on Thursday, June 26th between 12-2pm or 4-6pm, or view the proposed design and participate online now.

Trip Planning

Use the Bike Map to find bike lanes and other designated routes, and urban and rural greenways. Find bicycle parking, air pumps and bike repair stands. Request a public bike rack and learn how Halifax Transit accommodates cyclists.

Safe Cycling

When cyclists and motorists understand and follow the same set of rules, the chance of a collision – and frustration - is greatly reduced! Be a safe, considerate and consistent cyclist

Improving our Cycling Network

Current projects include Windsor-Vernon-Seymour corridor & the Mount Hope Avenue Greenway extension. HRM’s Active Transportation program aims to help use “human powered” ways to move around the municipality. See new bike lanes since 2006.

Rent a Mobile Bike Valet

Clean Nova Scotia offers a Bike Valet service. Bike Valet is like a secure coat check for your bike and the best place to park your fuel-less transportation. While titled Bike Valet, other forms of human powered transportation are welcome too, such as skateboards and strollers.

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