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Tips for a safe commute

In an effort to assist with social distancing requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic, the City is expanding its annual active transportation route schedule. For more information, see: winnipeg.ca/sundaybikeroute

Pour aider les gens à rester à distance des autres pendant la pandémie de COVID-19, la Ville étendra son programme annuel de rues dédiées au transport actif. Visitez winnipeg.ca/ruescyclables pour en savoir plus.

Bike Safe - A bicycle safety initiative of Manitoba Public Insurance

To help you stay safe on the Active Transportation Network the following information was produced in collaboration with representatives from Bike to the Future; the Manitoba Cycling Association; Manitoba Healthy Living, Youth & Seniors; Manitoba Public Insurance; and the City of Winnipeg Active Transportation group.

The link¬†below¬†will take you to the Bike Safe section of the Manitoba Public Insurance website; it provides cyclists with information needed to ride safely on Manitoba roads and motorists with the information to recognize the cyclist’s position on the road and the potential hazards they face. Whether you are a cyclist or a motorist, you can benefit from a better understanding of our respective rights and responsibilities on the road.

Manitoba Public Insurance Cycling 101

Ride Safe This Summer

A series of 30-second public service announcements feature tips to help you Ride Safe This Summer.

Clips provided courtesy of CTV Winnipeg and hosted by the Province of Manitoba.

Last update: June 16, 2020

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